MORENO VALLEY, California (KABC) –
A family spoke up and held a guard on the anniversary of a woman killed by a driver in the Moreno Valley.
Three-year-old Jalyn jumped onto a trampoline in her grandmother's garden. Her mother, Tatiana Flores, was killed jogging a year ago.
The authorities believe a car hit the 20-year-old and this driver remains at large.
Rebecca Griffin has since said she heard several versions of what Flores could have done. Now she asks the public for help.
"It's a busy street, we were there for several nights at that time, there's always traffic, so we do not understand why nobody saw anything," she said.
Flores was a mother of two little girls. It was found on Ironwood Avenue near Zantar Lane around 1
"Whoever did this to my child is still alive, running around freely, I have to be without her and her two children too," Griffin said.
Griffin said that her children and granddaughters have given their strength. "
" If I miss her, I'll grab my granddaughters and keep them, just knowing they're her, "she said.
Jalyn Who is the eldest of Flores, remembering her mother and the things they would do together, how her mother makes her waffles, pointing to her heart when asked where her mother is now.
A sign with a reward of $ 1,000 is still open, Griffin is certain that someone has seen what happened and can help him close their family.
"It's not fair. It's not fair that a person just can not call anonymously and just say, "We know something. & # 39; It only takes a few seconds to pick up a phone. I know someone has to be out there, "Griffin said.
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