By Sam Stanton
The victims in Monday night's hit and run crash remain hospitalized today as the California Highway Patrol continues seeking the driver that ran them down in a crosswalk.
Harison Long-Randall, 21, who lost a leg in the crash, is listed in critical condition at Mercy San Juan Hospital. His girlfriend, Gemily West, 23, is in fair condition, spokeswoman Melissa Jue said this morning.
The couple were struck down in a crosswalk Monday night about 10 p.m. at Engle Road and Garfield Avenue. The CHP is searching for a 1986 or 1987 Nissan Maxima with light-brown metallic paint. Investigators say the vehicle is missing its driver's side mirror and has damage to the left side running lights and turn signal light.
Anyone with information is asked to call the CHP at (916) 338-6710 or (916) 861-1300 after hours.
Fund set up for hit and run victims
Readers responding to Monday night's horrific hit and run crash in Carmichael are offering donations to help the families involved.
Anyone wanting to contribute may send checks made out to the Harison Long-Randall/Gemily West Fund and send them to:
Community Affairs Director
The Sacramento Bee
2100 Q St.
Sacramento, CA 95816
PHOTO CAPTION: Harison Long-Randall and Gemily West with West's dogs.
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