Family of 7 year-old hit and run victim struck by a truck on Indy’s East side is asking public to help locate suspect

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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA (June 13, 2015) - 7 year-old SayVion Miller is bed ridden with a broken leg after being struck by a truck while riding his bike on Wednesday.  According to a metro police report 7 year-old SavVion Miller was hit by a box truck in the intersection of 30th and Dearborn Street.  The child says he was riding his bike with two others when he crossed the street and was struck by a U-Haul.  The driver did not stop. Leaving the 7 year-old in the middle of the street with a broken leg.

"My leg felt like it was broken. Then I saw my bone poking out. I can’t remember what else and I was crying," says SayVion Miller.

SayVion's family says one bone was shattered in the crash, requiring emergency surgery. Now, the active 7 year-old depends on a walker to get around.

"Seeing him like this, not being able to move. Not being able to even go to the bathroom because the pain is so unbearable for him.  What am I supposed to do?  What am I supposed to tell him?" says D'Aundra Smith a family friend.

Family members are asking the public to come forward with information on the crash. Hoping to find the driver who severely injured a child and took off.

"I want the police to find whoever did it.  Just because he did not stop to check on my son, he just hit him and left him for dead in the middle of the street.  He didn't know if he was okay or anything, he just kept going and did not even stop," says Shayvon Miller, the victims mother.