James Muñoz - KENS 5 Eyewitness News
Converse police say it's just a matter of time before they catch the hit-and-run driver.
Bryanna, 15, was with her sister Kristina Lea and her best friend, 14-year-old Tejahl Jackson, on Monday.
"He didn't stop. He didn't stop at all to help to see what he had hit or anything," Kristina said.
"I saw my friend Tejahl falling out of the sky and she hit the ground, and I didn't realize I got hit because when I saw here I was in shock, and I just ran to my house to get my mom," Bryanna said.
Converse police aren't sure why the driver left the roadway, but he or she clearly fled the scene knowing someone was hurt.
"I didn't understand how you can hit some kids and just take off and not even stop to see how they were doing," Hawkins said.