Victim Searches for Hit-and-Run Driver

Woman says driver "should have stopped"

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    A Dallas woman who was nearly killed in a hit-and-run says the driver should have stopped to help her.

    A Dallas woman who was nearly killed in a hit-and-run said the driver should have stopped to help her.

    Tia Mosley was stuck by a car while checking a flat tire on the Hi Line Drive exit of Interstate 35 near the American Airlines Center on Sunday morning.

    "I just remember pulling over, but I don't remember anything after that," she said.

    Hit-and-Run Victim Speaks

    [DFW] Hit-and-Run Victim Speaks
    Tia Mosley was hit while she checked a flat tire near the American Airlines Center Sunday morning.

    Police said Mosley was by the front driver's-side tire when she was hit and thrown 25 feet. The driver never stopped.

    “He or she should have stopped, at least helped, called 911, instead of keep going," she said.

    Mosley is in Parkland Hospital’s intensive care unit recovering from broken bones and bruising to her brain. She also needed 30 stitches to close massive cuts on her face.

    She said she just wants to get back to her normal life as soon as possible, but it would give her some closure to find the person who put her in this hospital bed.

    Mosley’s mother, Lisa Rachal, said the past few days have been difficult.

    "It's just hard to see her like this, but I know she's going to recover really quick," she said.

    Anyone with information about the hit-and-run should call Dallas police at 214-671-0011.