The family of Kimberly Fritz, who was the victim of a hit and run accident last weekend, are pleading with the driver of the car to surrender.

The incident occurred on Yellow Pine Street around 10pm on Saturday December 17th, in Grand Bahama. Fritz was hit by a dark colored sports utility vehicle. The driver of the vehicle did not stop and the victim died on the scene.

The son of the victim expressed his anger at what happened to his mother. He said, “yall hit our mummy like she was a flippin’ dog walkin’ cross the road, that ain’ right das a human. Das a woman who gat two other small kids. They ain’ even leave school yet. She never miss a graduation with her older kids, you think she would have missed one with he younger ones?”

Family members were gathered at the scene of the crime where they placed teddy bears and balloons.

Police investigations into the matter continues.