ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Police have released photos of a suspect they say hit an emergency room worker in a hit-and-run in The Grove.

Suspect after woman hit in The Grove

The suspect police say changed clothes from wearing a red baseball hat and grey jacket to a black jacket with a logo on the front and white stripe down the arm.

According to police, 24-year-old Destiny Frey was walking across Manchester in the 4400 block just before 7 p.m. when a car hit her, sending her nearly 25 feet. 

The car fled the scene and Frey was hospitalized in critical condition. 

Suspect vehicle after SSM worker hit in The Grove

The only description police gave of the car involved is its a four-door sedan with the driver's side headlight out, either tan or silver in color. 

The only description police gave of the car is a four-door sedan with the driver's side headlight out, either tan or silver in color. 

According to a GoFundMe set up by a childhood friend, Frey's mother said she has a broken pelvis and femur, and severe internal bleeding in her kidneys, liver, spleen and brain. 

Destiny Frey

She had to have her spleen removed, and sleeve placed around her aorta due to a tear. 

According to Frey's social media accounts, she works in the emergency department at SSM St. Joseph. 

The GoFundMe is looking to help cover Frey's medical expenses, and raised close to $60,000 in one day. 

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