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VIDEO: Surveillance video captures hit-and-run of Santa Ana 7-year-old girl



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Crime Stock Photo (police caution tape)
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Investigators released surveillance video Wednesday of a hit-and-run that injured a 7-year-old girl, NBC Los Angeles reports.

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Second-grader Evelyn Sanchez was hit by a speeding black SUV about 5 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of South Birch Street, said Santa Ana police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna, City News Service reports. She was dragged about 15 to 30 feet by the SUV, Bertagna said.

The SUV likely sustained front-end damage in the crash, according to Santa Ana Police.

Sanchez was hospitalized at Western Medical Center in Santa Ana with serious head and other injuries — she remained in serious condition Thursday morning, but was stable and was expected to survive. She remained in a medically-induced coma, KABC reports.

The girl's mother spoke out Thursday, demanding justice for whoever was driving the black SUV that hit her daughter, KABC reports.