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Daughter urges the public to help find driver who struck, killed her father – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

DORAL, FLA. (WSVN) – Rachel Kerr has a painful plea for the public to the help find the driver that struck and killed her father in a hit-and-run.

“Whoever did this really needs to come forward or whoever knows about this really needs to come forward, because if it was your family, you would want peace and justice,” mentioned Kerr. “They left him like he was just a dog on the street, could you imagine? It’s taken everything for me to be standing here in front of you guys at my most vulnerable, but I don’t care, I need justice, we need justice, my grandmother she needs justice.”

On April 4, at round 8:41 in the night, Carl Morris who was in his early 60’s, was strolling along with his bicycle in the space of Northwest twenty second Avenue and Northwest forty third Street when, Miami-Dade Police detectives mentioned, he was struck by a gray Cadillac CTS-V mannequin between the years 2016 to 2019.

The driver that hit Morris didn’t cease to render assist or name for help.

“Damages on the front, heavy front damage, it is a grey vehicle with some black trimming, it is a Cadillac CTS-V. We’re very active in looking for this vehicle and we would like the help of the public,” mentioned Miami-Dade Police Det. Milian.

Morris’ daughter was out of the nation when she revived the devastating name. She rushed again to the United States the place she is now surrounded by grieving members of the family who are hurting and hoping somebody comes ahead with any piece of data.

“Please someone, just please come forward to help us,” mentioned a member of the family.

“There’s a big void in our family, a big void,” mentioned Kerr. “They took everything, everything.”

On Tuesday morning, Miami-Dade Police handed out flyers with an image of the automobile concerned in the hit-and-run.

The police are urging anybody with any info to name Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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