By: KDKA-TV News Staff

CARNEGIE, Pa. (KDKA) – A suspect has been charged in the hit-and-run of a pregnant woman and her dog in Carnegie over the weekend.

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Police say Melissa Borys left the scene after hitting the victim at the intersection of Forsythe Road and Grienbrier Drive on Saturday. The pregnant woman suffered a broken leg.

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(Photo: Allegheny County Jail)

Police say they were able to use security footage to track down the SUV involved, leading them to Boyrs.

According to the criminal complaint, Borys admitted to hitting the dog and said she remembered seeing two people next to her vehicle but “blacked out” and didn’t remember hitting anyone.

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Borys is facing multiple charges, including aggravated assault by vehicle and reckless driving.