A Waianae man is lucky to be alive after being dragged by a car for nearly a mile Monday morning.
The victim still remains in critical condition after police say a suspect hit him with his car and just kept going.
Several neighbors saw the whole thing as it happened.
"All I wanted the guy to do was stop," said Witness Monica Nixon. "Never stopped, never stopped at the stop light, nothing."
Nixon fought back tears as she described what she saw just after 6:30 a.m. at the Waimaha Apartment Complex in Waianae.
"I see this car leaving this parking spot with no headlights. Nothing going out the driveway, going straight at them," said Nixon.
Witnesses say after the gold-colored Toyota hit the man and woman, the woman was able to get up. But the man was thrown up in the air and somehow landed underneath the car. He was dragged down several streets for nearly a mile.
"The girlfriend was screaming. I was screaming. The girlfriend was running after the car. He was under the car and I'm driving my car chasing him," said Nixon.
Nixon followed the suspect several blocks. When she got to Maili, in front of Tamura's Supermarket, she says the victim was somehow able to get away from the dangerous car.
According to a witness, the vehicle started to lose control and so he was able to dislodge himself," said Lt. Bobby Towne of the Honolulu Police Department.
The victim was taken to Queens Medical Center in critical condition. The driver never stopped and just kept going. As for the people that live in this neighborhood, they still can't believe what they saw.
"It could have been kids. It was the morning right. It could have hit one of the kids. I'm just shocked it happened where I live," said Witness Kathleen Phillips. "I'm just tripping out that he did that. It could have been anyone. It could have been me walking or anyone else."