Mother wants answers after hit and run | News
The mother of a man who was critically injured during a hit and run on Eisenhower Parkway is pleading for anyone with information to come forward.
Suzy Mosely says she woke up to a call from the Sheriff's department around midnight on Saturday. They called Mosely from her son's phone to identify who he was.
Her son, Chris Icenhower, 42, was visiting his family in Macon after living in Colorado for the past few years.
After buying something from a gas station, he walked across Eisenhower Parkway where he was hit by a vehicle.
The driver left before investigators arrived, and there are no known witnesses.
Icenhower's injuries include brain bleeding and a bruised aorta. He's in the trauma unit at the Medical Center of Central Georgia.
Suzy Mosely says the accident didn't just affect her son, but his family as well.
"Whoever did this, you have not only hurt my son, you have ripped out my heart, and my family's heart," said Mosely, "You have affected so many people not just him. He's the one that's paying for it, but we all love him and we're all pulling for him."
Lieutenant Randy Gonzalez of the sheriff's department says they have no leads, and there's no new information on what happened to Icenhower.
If you have any information on the case, you can call the Bibb Sheriff's office at 478-751-7500.