A Spokane Valley man is struggling to get the help he needs after a hit and run left him with a debilitating injury. Now he is asking the driver to come forward.
Kurt Vasica, 51, was hit at the intersection of Oberlin and 16th in Spokane Valley on November 14.
Vasica is a carpenter and now he is unable to work because of his injuries and unable to get support from the state unless the driver is apprehended.
That's why he is asking whoever hit him that night to turn themselves in.
?I was just crossing the road and the next thing I remember was a loud thump and I was hit and the next thing I remember was I was on my face and I just started crawling for the edge of the road,? said Vasica.
Spokane Valley traffic unit investigators released this video of what could be the driver that hit Vasica, a dark colored SUV with a light colored lower rocker panel.
A citizen noticed the vehicle driving recklessly a few blocks ahead, the same citizen who stopped to help Vasica out of the road.