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Victim speaks out on hit and run driver

Camryn Mitchell- Hit and Run Victim Camryn Mitchell- Hit and Run Victim
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

One of the victims involved in Saturday night's hit and run says he is relieved that the driver who hit him has come forward.  

Albany police have charged Gwanatisha Solomon with driving without a license and leaving the scene of an accident after she hit 15-year-old Camryn Mitchell and Nalijah Miller on South Slappey Boulevard Saturday night. Mitchell says it was the right thing for her to do.  

"I'm happy that she turned herself in and did the right thing that came from all of that and now we can probably just move on and just get better," said Camryn Mitchell.  

Both Mitchell and Miller suffered multiple injuries in the hit and run and are continuing to recover. The charges for Solomon are both misdemeanors.

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