Mother of a child who was hit by an L-plater in a hit and run & # 039; says that she FORGIVES the driver

A two-year-old boy (pictured) was left fighting for his life in the hospital after the collision

The mother of two-year-old Damon Michell, who was left fighting for her life after an alleged escape attempt, said she does not feel "hate". towards the student's driver.

In a statement issued on behalf of the family on Tuesday, mother Mary Michell said; "What happened on Sunday night was a terrible accident, exactly that: an accident.

"We can not say too much about the driver because of the proximity of the court, but there is no hatred towards him.

"Hate, get angry and blame someone will not help Damon in any way, our main focus throughout this time has been to make sure Damon gets the care he needs and regains good health."

A two-year-old boy (pictured) was left fighting for his life in the hospital after the collision

A two-year-old boy (pictured) was left fighting for his life in the hospital after the collision

Damon Michell is in stable condition on Tuesday and has woken up from an induced coma

Damon Michell is in stable condition on Tuesday and has woken up from an induced coma

Damon Michell is in stable condition on Tuesday and has woken up from an induced coma

The statement confirmed that Damon has now woken up from an induced coma and is in a stable condition at the hospital.

"Currently he is still not fully awake because of morphine, but he is waking up here and there and then going back to sleep but improving every hour.

"The doctors are very happy with the way he is leaving and hopefully he will leave the intensive care unit (ICU) and soon he will enter a pavilion."

Shortly after the collision, Victoria police arrested a 21-year-old man in an address in Laverton.

The student's driver has been accused of not stopping, giving up assistance and driving the student's driver without the full license holder.

He was released on bail to appear before the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on Friday, September 14.

The boy's family realized that he had become homeless in the southwest suburb of Laverton, Melbourne, around 9 p.m. M. Sunday.

They were following him down his busy suburban highway when he was hit by a gray Holden van.

The driver allegedly did not stop after hitting the child.

The neighbors raised the alarm, calling the authorities after witnessing the anguished incident.

The paramedics came quickly to the scene, rushing the child to Royal Children's Hospital in critical condition.

Shortly after the collision, Victoria police arrested a 21-year-old man (pictured) in an address in Laverton

Shortly after the collision, Victoria police arrested a 21-year-old man (pictured) in an address in Laverton

Shortly after the collision, Victoria police arrested a 21-year-old man (pictured) in an address in Laverton

The gray van was found abandoned in a parking lot near the mall (pictured), with the police shortly after arresting and questioning a 21-year-old local man in his home.

The gray van was found abandoned in a parking lot near the mall (pictured), with the police shortly after arresting and questioning a 21-year-old local man in his home.

The gray van was found abandoned in a parking lot near the mall (pictured), with the police shortly after arresting and questioning a 21-year-old local man in his home.

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