UNDATED (CNN/ WSB) -- Dazed and confused is how witnesses are describing a woman who drove for several miles with a man on the hood of her car after a hit-and-run in Georgia.
Brian Nixon and his wife were among several witnesses who watched in horror as Elton Kim clung onto a speeding car. WSB reporter Mike Petchenik talked to Nixon by phone Monday. He says, "You could see the fear in the man's face at that point and we realized this wasn't just some kids playing around. This was something serious."
Nixon says he followed the woman to a stoplight, and then tried to box her in but she was able to get away after Kim hopped off the hood. Nixon says, "She seemed rather lethargic. She just seemed out of it, like this situation was just not clicking with her that this was happening. She just didn't seem right at all."
Kim told us he was confronting the woman after she backed into his wife's truck. He says she accelerated at him and his instinct was to jump. he says, "I'm lucky. I'm very lucky."
Witness Jim Meyer says he saw the altercation, and then started recording it on his cell. He says, "She was just staring straight ahead. She didn't move her arms. She didn't- she didn't do anything. She was stone-faced and no emotion whatsoever."
Kim told authorities the driver tried to get him off the hood by slamming accelerator and the brakes. Kim said he was able to hold on for so long because his fingers were caught in the hood.
Authorities are still searching for the driver.