Police search for hit-and-run driver who injured man on Brady Street
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee Police say they're searching for a driver who fled the scene after striking and injuring a man on Brady Street.
The man, who is 27 and from Germantown, was hit by a car after 8:50 p.m. Wednesday night, east of Cass Street.
According to a witness, the man was on a date and was in the crosswalk when a small, dark-colored car was traveling westbound on Brady going about 30 to 35 miles per hour.
Photos in our media gallery show the man on the ground after being hit by the car.
The victim did not move for a short time after the crash, but later was able to communicate and move his legs.
A witness said he wouldn't forget the impact of when the car hit the victim.
"He flew six to seven feet in the air, completely over the car, and got a really huge wound on top of his head and was bleeding," said Sean Nyary.
According to a witness, the car's windshield was significantly damaged.
An ambulance took the man to the hospital. Police say he is in stable condition.
Police ask you to call them if you have any information on the case.