Pregnant Michigan woman who was struck by hit-and-run driver believes she was targeted

Kylee Bonne says she was 'easily avoidable' before hit-and-run driver veered into her

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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - A pregnant Northern Michigan woman who was riding home on her bike last month when she was struck by a hit-and-run driver remains convinced that she was targeted.

Kylee Bonne told the Traverse City Record-Eagle that she, "just can't see any way it was an accident."

She said no other cars were on the street on that June 28 afternoon, and she was "easily avoidable."

The collision broke Bonne's leg in multiple spots, but didn't injure her unborn baby.

She was nearly six months pregnant at the time.

The 30-year-old Traverse City resident said the large, black vehicle accelerated and veered into her.

Police are searching for the driver, but need tips.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Traverse City Police at 231-995-5152.

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