Gerrick Jackson was on his way home from picking up his 16-year-old daughter Camille from school when a semi truck in the middle lane moved over into Gerrick's lane. He broadsided his car, shoving him and his daughter into the median and the truck ran over the passenger side of the car.
That's bad enough but then, the semi just kept going.
"We didn't get the gravity of it until the car stopped, Jackson said.
Garrett got out and saw the damage to his car and to his 16-year-old daughter Camille.
"She sustained a head injury, it punctured her ear. Her shoulder and her ribs were hurt and there was a ton of glass in her eye,"
It was a painful injury but Camille still went to school. She had to take her SAT's on Wednesday.
Gerrick only got a brief description of the semi truck, as being silver, but what really bugs him is that the semi driver didn't stop.
The law is clear: if you are involved in an accident, you have a duty to stop your car at the scene and wait for the cops to get there. If you don't, you could be headed to jail.
Michigan State Police told us they did investigate at the scene, didn't see any witnesses and did not find the truck. What would Gerrick say to that truck driver, if he comes forward?
"Shame on you. You should have stopped."
If you have any information Michigan State police says to call it's hotline 248-237-2450.
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