Another shocking story. A hit-and-run caught on tape. A man being struck by a speeding truck in a school parking lot. It's so hard to watch. But the victim walked away with just a broken wrist. And as... See More
Another shocking story. A hit-and-run caught on tape. A man being struck by a speeding truck in a school parking lot. It's so hard to watch. But the victim walked away with just a broken wrist. And as abc's rob nelson reports, arizona police are searching for the teenage girls believed to be responsible. Reporter: The truck is going so fast, it's hard to see. But watch again in slow-motion. That's 26-year-old steven bright being hit and then dragged by a pickup drug through an elementary school parking lot. I remember thinking in my head, this is it, pretty much. I'm going to be thrown off this truck and I'm done. Reporter: This morning, police are looking for two teenage girls who they say are responsible for that hit-and-run. And now face charges of aggravated assault. It's a very serious incident. What's more important is the fact that we are really seeking these two individuals out so we can hear their version of what happened. Reporter: Bright said it HAPPENED AUGUST 4th, WHEN HE AND His brother were walking near this elementary school. That's when they say two girls slowed down and started throwing water balloons at them. When he and his brother walked in front of the truck, the driver peeled off, full speed. At this point, I could hear acceleration from the truck. Reporter: His brother made it. But the truck snagged bright's shirt, and dragged him under the tires. I saw two girls in the vehicle when I was flying over the front driver's side of the truck. I was yell, hey, stop. They just would not stop. Reporter: As bad as it looks, bright only suffered a broken right hand and some bruised ribs. I think that's amazing. Reporter: For "good morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york. I just can't believe it. I can't believe he walked away from it.
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