WILLIAMSPORT, Ind. (WLFI) - David Hanover said he was having drinks with friends early Friday morning in Williamsport. Just before two his friend Clistna Stout got into a fight with Josalynn Lavendure.
Hanover didn't see exactly what happened next, but he saw the result.
"When I went up there I saw a really bad mess," Hanover said. "An ambulance was there and there was a helicopter coming in."
Warren County Sheriff's deputies said 34-year-old Stout ended up getting hit by a car driven by Sadie Gregg. Lavendure was in the passenger seat.
It happened at Third and Hickory Streets in Williamsport. Stout was airlifted to Saint Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.
"I had friends come to my house and tell me my daughter had been run over by a car," Stout's mother, Brenda Hall, said. "My daughter is fighting for her life."
Hall said Stout had brain surgery to remove a blood clot. She also has a cracked skull and badly bruised lungs.
Warren County Sheriff deputies said witnesses told them Stout ran along side the car then fell.
They said they do not know if Stout's injuries are from the fall, or getting hit by the vehicle. But Hall said witnesses told her a different story.
"[Gregg and Lavendure] went the opposite way Clistna was walking home," Hall said "They turned around and went toward Clistna."
There have been no arrests in the case. Police said the investigation is ongoing, but alcohol is believed to be a factor.
Hall will spend her time in Indianapolis with her daughter. She said doctors told her it is going to be a long road for Stout.
"She is an outgoing, happy person," Hall said. "She has three babies, and they don't have a mom right now."
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