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By Hilde Kate Lysiak
The Selinsgrove hit and run victim claims she knows who hit her and says that if the person doesn’t come forward soon she will take the person to civil court.
Kathrine Blann posted on Orange Street News that she doesn’t want to press charges. She only needs the person to come forward so their insurance will cover her expensive bills.
“Please come forward as I am not pressing charges. This is a small town and I have known all along who you are… and just waiting game for you to bring your insurance card information that helps financially if this happens. Plese come to me and bring your insurance information. I need two more surgeries. I HOPE you come to me before I come to you. I’m still waiting but wont,be able to wait much longer as the medical needs keep arising. Please let your insurance company pay for these needs. I am not pressing charges criminally. If you don’t come to me or have a real friend come then I know who you are and I will have to take civil action. Please let’s do this between us for my health and you can move on too,” said Blann.
It has been 579 days since Blann was seriously injured by a hit and run driver. Law enforcement have the vehicle, DNA results, and a person of interest, but have still not held the person who committed the crime responsible. District Attorney Mike Piecuch has refused to comment or give the public information on why no one is being held responsible.
Blann says it is very important that the person to come forward soon. And that her life might depend on it.
“The doctors have given me 5 weeks to live if I don’t get this kidney surgery. This is life and death now. Everyone knows where I live. just come forward with your vehicle insurance that covers accidents,” added Blann.
The Orange Street News is offering a $1,000 cash reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of who ever hit Katherine Blann.