An accident leads to road rage, then police say one of the drivers assaulted the other one, ran over her and drove off.
Gwendolyn Young, 27, is listed in critical condition at MetroHealth Medical Center.
Her family is pleading for the driver to come forward.
"I want anybody who seen anything to please call Bratenahl police because my sister is fighting for her life; please help our family," said Young’s sister, Tenisha Caldwell.
"If you know any information find it in your heart to do the right thing; that's all we are asking," said sister, Lachelle Edwards.
The family gathered at MetroHealth Medical Center to pray for a woman family and friends call "Pinky."
"A minor fender bender escalates into something this tragic," said Bratenahl Lieutenant Charles Lobello.
Bratenahl police said just before 7:00, Sunday night, Gwendolyn's vehicle was hit by a white or silver Chevy Silverado pickup as she exited I-90 westbound at Eddy Road. Gwen's mother was with her when the accident happened.
"Both of the drivers stopped and they both got out of the vehicle. They had a verbal altercation at which point the male driver, who is our suspect, got back into his vehicle to drive away," said Lobello.
Investigators said Gwendolyn either got tangled or held onto the truck and was dragged a few hundred feet to the I-90 eastbound ramp from Eddy Road.
"He stopped his truck again, got out, physically assaulted her, punching her about the face a couple times. After she fell post assault, he got back in his vehicle, drove away. In the process of driving away, he, in fact, drove over her," Lobello added.
"She's a fighter. She's very loving, very kind, you know. She loves sports. She's going to college to become a doctor, a physical therapist," said Edwards.
Gwendolyn's family is hoping she recovers and gets justice.
"If anybody know this man or seen this man, tell him please turn himself in," Caldwell said.
"I'm hoping that he will find in his heart to do the right thing, that he will come forward, that he will put himself in the place of all of us right now, that he will do the right thing that God wants him to do and that's turn himself in," said Edwards.
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