Family of hit and run victim speaks exclusively to CBS 58

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by Sarah Barwacz

MILWAUKEE -- The family of a man killed in a hit and run accident is asking for help from the community. D'Andre Taylor was crossing an intersection when a driver in a late model burgundy or maroon sedan hit him and took off while a second driver stayed.

His family says they're now struggling to lay the 35-year-old father of four to rest. He has a six year old, and 13 year old triplets.

Khalilah Taylor, his sister says, "We are trying to give him a respectable burial so his children can see him."

D'Andrea has four children with two women. The family says they're hurting and ask for the driver to come forward so they can have closure. Taylor's sister says she's angry at what happened but not at the person. She says her faith is helping her through, she just wants a proper burial for his children.

You can donate to his fund at any US Bank, under 'Helping Hand Fund".

 

 

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