Hit-and-run unsolved one year later in Thomasville

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THOMASVILLE, N.C. -- A woman who nearly died in a hit-and-run a year ago is still looking for whoever hit her.

Thomasville Police are reopening a hit-and-run case that happened on Church Street on March 10, 2011.

Tanya Morris, 25, was crossing the street to go home when the family said a speeding car came down the street, hit her and took off. The family estimated she was thrown about 50 feet.

"One of her shoes that she had on, ended up being over on the sidewalk," said Curtis Lewis, Morris' fiance.

"In my left leg I have four rods, and it was broken in four places. I have screws in my ankles. I have a fractured pelvis with a plate in the front and the back," Morris said.

The only description of a possible suspect vehicle is a small, light blue or silver sedan.

Morris and said she and her fiance drove around the area in the days after the incident trying to find the car, but they couldn't find anything.

Crimestoppers is offering a $500 reward for information leading to an arrest or conviction. You can call them at (336) 476-8477.