Your welcome! We all want the same thing, justice for Sandra! This our community and we all look out for one another!I'd just like to comment and thank everyone for changing the tone of this board over the last couple of days. What I'm seeing now is intelligent discussion about the facts of Sandra's untimely death and little to no discussion of bashing people who had nothing to do with this.
That being said, I have a theory for you. I'm giving the driver the benefit of the doubt, it was dark, rainy, and there was no reason to expect a pedestrian at that time of night in that area. She might have even have fallen down. Striking her may have been unavoidable.
Of course, once that happened this person ran? Why? Panic? Why? There is some reason why they wanted to avoid LE. Two reasons pop out to me, 1) of course, is that they were beyond the legal limit for alcohol. 2) hasn't been discussed, what if they were illegal? There are many workers in this area and a good percentage that are illegal and would of course want to avoid LE for what was an innocent accident. If 2 is the case, they could very well be long gone from the area.
The problem was the story wasn't making sense! A few questions needed to be answered and it seemed like attendee of that evening felt like we were blaming and attacking them. For me that was not the case. I needed clarification to those questions. Which someone provided most. Which I can understand. The LE hasn't provided much information so you cannot blame us. At it was said before on this forum put yourself in our shoes not physically being there and only being given bites and pieces of what happened and it did not make sense or add up.
It is much better we all work together! We are all wanting the same thing, justice!