FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) -- Ninety-year-old Naida Kirkpatrick is no longer in Fort Wayne, but a hospital in Ohio now fighting for her life.
The family thought it was possible that she was getting better and they'd get answers months later.
Three months later, it’s still a mystery.
Fort Wayne Police and family have been chasing down leads for who hit Kirkpatrick while riding her bike... with no luck.
Her granddaughter, Lindsay Galbreath, is asking anyone who knows anything about what happened in May on Paulding Road to contact Fort Wayne Police and Crime Stoppers (260) 436-7867 as her grandmother is now dealing with a tracheostomy.
(May 28, 2020) -- Ninety-year-old Naida Kirkpatrick was cruising along Paulding Road in her three-wheeled bicycle Sunday morning when she was hit by a car.
The Fort Wayne Police Department was called to the 2100 block of E. Paulding Rd. shortly after 8:15 a.m. regarding a woman who was hit by a car.
The driver kept going and Kirkpatrick's bike was heavily damaged.
Now her granddaughter Lindsay Galbreath hopes whoever did it will come forward.
"There's a lot of things that have happened to her that she doesn't deserve and for once I would like justice to happen," Galbreath said.
FWPD said Kirkpatrick had non-life-threatening injuries after being taken to the hospital.
Fort Wayne police said the driver was in a dark-colored Ford with temporary tags.
Investigators say there was very little evidence at the scene.
Police are asking the public for any surveillance video from the scene that morning.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Fort Wayne Crime Stoppers (260) 436-7867.