Justice for Boy Hit and Left for Dead by Audi Driver

Target: West Midlands Chief Crown Prosecutor Grace Ononiwu

Goal: Help ensure maximum punishment for driver who reportedly hit a child and fled.

A 10-year-old boy was playing football with his older brother when the driver of an Audi reportedly hit him, throwing his tiny body ten feet in the air. Instead of stopping and doing the right thing, the driver fled, leaving the unconscious and bloody child to die. The speeding driver hit the small body so hard that the wing mirror was torn off the car. The boy survived, but sustained severe facial injuries. Doctors said it was a miracle he didn’t have any breaks.

The victim’s father says the driver was going about 70 mph and was driving over the middle line, half on the wrong side of the road. Only a despicable human could hit a child and leave them to suffer and possibly die. Police are currently looking for the man who did this. Please help bring this innocent child justice by urging authorities to push for the maximum penalty possible, when the driver is found.


Dear West Midlands Chief Crown Prosecutor Grace Ononiwu,

A 10-year-old boy was hit by a speeding car and left bloody and unconscious as the driver fled the scene. The impact was so hard that his body was sent flying ten feet in the air and the car’s mirror was torn off. The driver was allegedly speeding and driving halfway in the wrong lane when the incident occurred.

This innocent child could’ve lost his life and he deserves justice. We urge you to take every action necessary to make sure that the maximum penalty is issued to the driver when he’s finally found.


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Photo credit: Ryan Buterbaugh

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