LISBON — Friends and relatives of a Lisbon man left bleeding and unresponsive on the side of the road by a hit-and-run driver have raised a $10,000 reward for information that leads to a conviction.

Reney Henry, an electrician at Bath Iron Works, was riding his bicycle on Route 136 last September when he was hit from behind. He was thrown from his bicycle and landed on his head.

Jasmin Turgeon, a Lisbon postal carrier, saw what happened and stopped. She tells the Sun Journal  that the 52-year-old Henry flipped in the air. Turgeon described the hit-and-run car as a dark gray or silver sedan with tinted windows.

Henry suffered bleeding in his brain, a concussion and damage to his eye socket. He was hospitalized for a week.

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