Family wants justice after truck drives into home, injures girl

Family wants justice after truck drives into home, injures girl
A family is recovering after a truck plowed through their home in March. (Source: WREG)

JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) - A Mississippi County family is recovering after a truck crashed into their home in March, pinning their six-year-old daughter to the wall.

Memphis television station WREG reports that a 26-year-old man was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.

Faith Enmon survived after being pinned against the wall when the truck crashed through the Enmons’ home while they were sleeping. Her father was trapped under the truck.

Before the accident, Faith had an upper respiratory infection. She’s suffered permanent damage to her eyes, as they have crossed and she sees double in one.

Deputies say the man behind the wheel is Dylan Bryeans.

“He deserves to sit in jail for what he’s done,” Faith’s mother, Patches, said. “I mean, it shouldn’t be just a slap on the wrist and him walk away with nothing.”

Faith’s father, Cary Enmon, had at least 75 staples in his head.

“When I looked in the mirror that night I said, ‘There is no way I will be right again.'"

As for Bryeans, the felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in injury can carry punishment of up to six years in prison.

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