LISBON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The family of a man from Lisbon who was injured in a hit and run last September is now offering a reward to find the driver of the car.
Reney Henry was training on his bicycle for the Dempsey Challenge on a straight stretch of Route 136 in Durham on September 12th. He says he was wearing bright colors and riding in the shoulder when he was clipped by a sliver sedan.
The crash sent him flying. He broke his eye socket, and suffered some scrapes, but thankfully, no permanent damage, though he does suffer from double vision every now and then. Since so many people had already donated to see him ride in the Dempsey Challenge, he decided to get right back on his bike and ride it -- just 4 weeks after the crash.
Henry's family is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the driver's arrest. If you know anything, you can contact the Henrys through a website they've set up, click here; or contact the State Police.