Hannah Davison was riding her bicycle home from work on September 10th when she was involved in a collision. Someone driving a car collided with her at the intersection of North Skidmore and Borthwick and the impact left Davison with multiple injuries. The driver didn’t stop, and while police have impounded what they believe is the suspect’s car, they still haven’t tracked down the man who was at the wheel.
Now Davison faces a tough recovery and steep medical bills to cover the treatment of her various injuries which include: broken facial bones, a fractured shoulder, cracked vertebrae, multiple lacerations, and so on.
She’s created a GoFundMe campaign with the hope of raising $30,000.
And that’s just the start. Davison told KATU-TV in a segment that aired last night that her bills have shot up to $65,000 and counting.
Davison’s collision was first reported on Twitter where user @blutarp posted a graphic photo of her receiving medical attention from first responders.
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