Just one month after a deadly hit-and-run in the Okolona area killed a mother of two, family and friends gathered to honor her life while still searching for answers.”My daughter, she was my best friend,’ said Terrill Navarre, the father of Crystal Navarre Timmons.A small memorial sits on the side of Fern Valley road to honor the life of the 32-year-old.”Nobody wants to see their children go before them and it’s really hard on me. My daughter was my only biological family within 692 miles,” Navarre told WLKY.Police say the 32-year-old was crossing the intersection after midnight when a pickup truck hit her. The driver didn’t stop and the mother of two died in the road.”It makes it really hard knowing that the girls are going to grow up and for the rest of their lives not being apart of their mom’s life and all,” said Navarre.Family and friends gathered Sunday to say their final goodbyes.”With the pandemic going on, it was really hard for us to have a viewing and a funeral service. A lot of people that wanted to attend weren’t able to,” he said.They wrote messages of love and how much they miss her on balloons, hoping at some point soon her case gets solved.Police haven’t made any arrests, but Crystal’s family is holding out hope that possible surveillance footage from a nearby restaurant can lead to answers in her death.”I know there’s other film at another location that I turned into LMPD and that’s going to maybe show a little bit more evidence,” Navarre told WLKY.The family is asking if any businesses nearby surveillance footage has of the hit-and-run in the early morning hours of Nov. 15, give LMPD’s anonymous tip line a call. That number is 574-LMPD.

Just one month after a deadly hit-and-run in the Okolona area killed a mother of two, family and friends gathered to honor her life while still searching for answers.

“My daughter, she was my best friend,’ said Terrill Navarre, the father of Crystal Navarre Timmons.

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A small memorial sits on the side of Fern Valley road to honor the life of the 32-year-old.

“Nobody wants to see their children go before them and it’s really hard on me. My daughter was my only biological family within 692 miles,” Navarre told WLKY.

Police say the 32-year-old was crossing the intersection after midnight when a pickup truck hit her. The driver didn’t stop and the mother of two died in the road.

“It makes it really hard knowing that the girls are going to grow up and for the rest of their lives not being apart of their mom’s life and all,” said Navarre.

Family and friends gathered Sunday to say their final goodbyes.

“With the pandemic going on, it was really hard for us to have a viewing and a funeral service. A lot of people that wanted to attend weren’t able to,” he said.

They wrote messages of love and how much they miss her on balloons, hoping at some point soon her case gets solved.

Police haven’t made any arrests, but Crystal’s family is holding out hope that possible surveillance footage from a nearby restaurant can lead to answers in her death.

“I know there’s other film at another location that I turned into LMPD and that’s going to maybe show a little bit more evidence,” Navarre told WLKY.

The family is asking if any businesses nearby surveillance footage has of the hit-and-run in the early morning hours of Nov. 15, give LMPD’s anonymous tip line a call. That number is 574-LMPD.

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