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for any information concerning a hit and run case in new albany.wtva's rebecca butcher spoke to family members and joins us live with the latest. police are now offering 5,000 dollars in this case. a 65-year-old woman was getting mail when she was hit and the driver kept going. today i spoke with the victim's cousin who was there on the scene. ." this is sandra elion, police confirm she was walking back from across the street on martintown road after getting her mail on thursday.her cousin, stella berry, who lives a home down heard the noise.berry: "i walked across the yard to see what happened. her legs were in the road, but her head and upper body were on this side."berry says cars were still coming, until one man stopped ongoing traffic."when i got out there i actually thought she was dead because oncoming traffic were running over her legs."another cousin who also lives on martintown says speeding is a danger and knows of two other deaths to car accidents in the area. mcqueen: "if they're on the road their family might be traveling he road too. they should take into consideration, if they hit somebody it could be their family members."meanwhile berry has one message for the driver. berry: "shame on you, if you have any conscious. if you're any type of christ-like, turn yourself in." police have not released any vehicle information on the suspect. the family is offering a 1,000 dollar reward. if you have any information, you're asked to call new albany police. live in new albany, rebecca butcher wtva nine news. police have not released any vehicle information on the suspect. the family is offering a 1,000 dollar reward. if you have any information, you're asked to call new albany police. live in new albany, rebecca butcher wtva nine news. a