Millbrook man fights for life after weekend hit-and-run | News
MILLBROOK, AL (WSFA)- Friends and family say a Millbrook man was hit by a car and
left to die on Sandtown Road early Saturday morning.
Roderick Reeves, 44, was reportedly walking home
around 3:30 a.m. Saturday when a car hit him and didn't stop to help.
Family members say a good Samaritan drove up on Reeves' lifeless body, still in the
roadway, and called 911.
First responders weren't sure how long Reeves had been laying there when they
arrived on the scene. His pulse was faint and he had to be resuscitated
on the way to Baptist Medical Center South.
Loved ones say he's bruised up, has several broken bones, a
punctured lung and a cut down the back of his head. Reeves also had to
receive a blood transfusion.
Reeve's remains heavily sedated and has not given any account of the hit-and-run.
WSFA 12 News has not received official word of an
investigation by the Millbrook Police Department. However, family members say
it's under investigation. According to eyewitnesses, a dark blue or
black bumper and remnants from the vehicle's headlights were in the road after
the accident, likely that of a sedan.
According to the City of Millbrook, incidents involving
pedestrians are investigated as a homicide. Family members are offering a
$500 reward to anyone with information that leads to an arrest.
If you have any information, please call your local police department.
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