CINCINNATI (WXIX) – A man is fighting for his life after an accident in the West End on Monday night.
Family members said Mical Landrum was riding his motorbike on Ezzard Charles near Winchell Avenue at around 5 p.m. when he was struck by another vehicle which fled.
Landrum is on life support at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Her sister, Ousia Turner, says she went to the crash site on Monday not knowing it was her brother lying on the road.
“The person who did it, they were already gone,” Ousia said. “Several cars had passed. Thank goodness there were at least a few people who had the decency to stop.
The 35-year-old is a dedicated family man, according to fellow sister Courtney Turner.
“He’s a father. He’s a brother. He’s an uncle. He’s a loving person, ”Turner said. “He doesn’t deserve this.
Cincinnati police closed the road for nearly four hours afterward to investigate. They did not release any information about the accident.
The speed limit is 30 mph in the area. Neighbors say drivers often cross the stretch and pass at red lights. It is not clear if this is what happened in the case of Landrum.
“We all know the bike,” said close friend Kelvin Cody. “So when we saw the motorcycle fall, we knew it was him, but we don’t know how or what happened. All we know is when we get to the hospital , he’s not responding Someone’s responsible.
Landrum’s family are hopeful that nearby cameras captured what happened in order to get concrete answers.
Until then, they are focused on helping Landrum to recover.
“If it was an accident, it was an accident,” Turner said. “But go ahead and let us know. We want justice for Mic.
CPD is looking for a dark colored 2008-2012 Toyota Camry model that has damage to the front right side of the vehicle. The driver would be around 5′10 ″ to 6 ′, according to police.
Anyone with details is urged to call the Cincinnati Police Department or Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.
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