Video Shows Texas Teen Mowing Down Disabled Man In Gruesome Hit-And-Run

A Texas teen was booked into jail Friday after running over a disabled man in a horrifying hit-and-run incident.

The gruesome incident unfolded on Sept. 3 around 10:00 a.m. in an Austin parking lot, with officers responding to a call about a pedestrian who had been hit by a vehicle, according to Austin police.

Video footage shows the man in an electric wheelchair crossing through a parking lot when he spots the driver, racing toward him and signals for the driver to stop.

Instead of stopping or swerving, driver Pablo Antonio Avila-Banagas, 17, plowed into the victim, dragging him several feet before fleeing as the victim lay motionless on the ground.

The victim was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries, according to authorities.

Avila-Banagas was charged with failure to stop and render aid, which is a third-degree felony; injury to a disabled person; unlawful carry of a firearm, and failure to identify in relation to this case, according to police.

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