By Lydia Catling For Mailonline
Published: 15:35 GMT, 2 January 2021 | Updated: 15:40 GMT, 2 January 2021
A teenager has been charged following a horrific hit-and-run crash in which a dog walker was seriously injured and her beloved pet Staffie was killed.
The victim named locally and online as Patricia Faulkner, 53, was taking her eight-year-old pet dog Millie for a walk on July 22, last year when a car ploughed into her.
Harrowing footage of the incident showed the woman walking her dog before the black Renault Clio collided with them, throwing them into a hedge.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
She survived the incident, with a broken leg and a gash the length of her calf but her beloved dog sadly died at the side of the road.
Kallum Aish now 18, was 17-years-old at the time and arrested on August 7 last year but has now been charged with several offences.
The black Renault Clio ploughed into Patricia Faulkner, 53, and her dog Millie, in Birmingham while they were on a walk in July last year (pictured)
Aish, from Finchley Road, Kingstanding, Birmingham, has been charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving, failing to stop at the scene of an accident, driving with no insurance or license, criminal damage and cannabis possession.
He is set to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court on January 28 for the first time.
CCTV footage showed the pair being hit at 5pm on Doe Bank Lane, Great Barr, Birmingham.
Immediately after the crash, the clip showed the driver and passengers fleeing the car and rushing to get into another further up the road.
Witnesses to the crash said they