ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The mother of a woman who was hit by a car riding a bike earlier this week said police have found the vehicle that hit her daughter.
Mary Moore, 41, is now listed in satisfactory condition at Strong Hospital. She was riding her bike on Clifford Avenue Wednesday morning when she was hit by the car and dragged down the street.
Investigators say a witness saw the driver of the car speed away from the scene.
"I talked to a detective they said they had the car," said Loretta Brown, Moore's mother.
"They broke both hips, they messed up her spleen, they crushed her tail bone, they crushed her pelvis. They had to remove part of her skull because her brain started swelling to get the blood out of there. She's laying there with a lot of tubes in her. That's hard for a mother because she's the first born."
Police said an RTS bus nearby had a camera on board. They are using that footage to try to identify the driver.