Family of 14-year-old girl killed in hit-and-run still searching for answers

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CLEVELAND--The family of a hit-and-run victim wants answers as to what happened to their 14-year old loved one.

Chelsea Hill was hit and killed during the early morning hours of Memorial Day at the intersection of E. 40th St. and Carnegie Ave.

Police do not have any suspects in the case as of yet.

"Nobody should have to go through this with their child," said Annette Hill, the girl's mother.

Surveillance video shows a vehicle believed to be that of the suspect, who never stopped after the accident.

Authorities said Hill was a walking around 1:00 a.m.

There is now a makeshift memorial at near the intersection where Hill was hit and killed, The girl's family tells Fox 8 somebody out there must have seen something that night.  The family has a plea for the driver of that vehicle.

"Turn yourself in. Get peace with your own self, because I know this got to be eating at them, or they are heartless," said Melissa Hill-Nance, Chelsea's aunt.

 

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