Victim speaks out as police continue searching for hit-and-run driver

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY - Lynn Kristianson is still in critical condition and on life support nearly a month after being hit by a car .

Lynn and her friend Maile Neel were riding their bikes in Davidsonville back on February 22 - when a car ran into both women - and then sped off.

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"The next thing I knew, I was being hit, then I was on the ground and couldn't move," describes Neel. "He hit me first, a glancing blow, knocked me over - but must have driven right into Lynn. And then he kept driving."

Witnesses described the vehicle as a white or silver Honda SUV. 

Friends set up a website and have been raising money for a reward - hoping it will drive someone to reveal what they know.

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So far they've raised more than $14,500. If you would like to donate, you can head to: youcaring.com/forlynn.

"It is pretty disconcerting that somebody is out there that would do this - leave people lying in the road, one of them bleeding, and not even stop," says Neel.

A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information about the hit-and-run incident.

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