Kylie's injuries are more serious, and she remains at Aria Health's Torresdale hospital, where doctors had to remove her spleen. She also has internal bleeding and arm and leg injuries, according to Sarah's mom, Nina Doxzon, who is Kylie's stepmom.
"Why can't these people be grown-ups and turn themselves in?" Jim Givens asked. "They're just cowards. Cold and heartless."
About 2:15 p.m. Thursday, Sarah was walking home with a friend, Mikassa Brown, on Memphis Street at York, five blocks from her Kensington home.
"I had just started walking across the street when I noticed a white truck zooming down," Sarah told the Daily News.
"I got hit and flew up in the air, and I fell under a parked car," she said.
Mikassa said she pulled Sarah, who weighs a mere 42 pounds, onto the sidewalk.
"That's when I kind of blacked out," Sarah said.
The driver sped off in a white GMC Yukon Denali with big, flashy rims. A neighbor's surveillance camera shows the Denali speeding off, Givens said.
Kylie, who lives with her mom, was walking with friends in Wissinoming at Torresdale and Cheltenham avenues near Moss Playground about 8:30 p.m. Saturday. She began to cross the street when a white sedan with tinted windows struck her, Givens said.
The man driving the car stopped about a block or so away, and he walked back to see Kylie sprawled on the ground, Givens said.
"He just looked at her and ran off," Doxzon said. "I think it was his conscience. He wanted to know she wasn't dead. That's my assumption."
"If he got out of the car, why didn't he stay?" Givens asked. "I just don't understand."
Kylie's mom, Kelly Pomroy, was at the hospital with her daughter Sunday and was unavailable for comment.
Police on Sunday night did not release details of the second hit-and-run.
"I'm angry and exhausted," Givens said. "I just don't know why they didn't stop. Accidents happen. But when you leave, it's not an accident anymore. It's now just a heartless person trying to get away."
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