FAIRVIEW PARK, OH (WOIO) –
Just after school ended at Fairview High School, a car struck a student right outside of the gym.
“I was just walking in front of her and she was behind me, I heard a noise it was a big thump and I just turned around, and I was like whoa, and all I see is this girl screaming and blood everywhere under this huge car,” said 14-year-old Sean Jenkins.
“There was just small amount of blood on the sidewalk, caution tape, cops everywhere and ambulances leaving. It was a mess,” said Julie Radca, 16.
Jenkins says the victim was underneath the car and seemed like she couldn’t breathe. But she was conscious. He says teachers dragged her out. That’s when he noticed the driver.
“He had one hand on the wheel and he just looked down. The girl was right next to him and he was like, ‘are you okay?’ He didn’t get out of the car,” Jenkins said.
Julia Radca is friends with the victim, who is a senior.