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The collision happened on Wednesday, March 31, around a. A light-colored vehicle, believed to be a Chevrolet Tahoe with black trim on the sides, struck year-old Tamaris Mack. She died at the scene. After hitting her, the driver stopped momentarily, but then fled the scene, failing to call police or render aid, police said.
The vehicle continued to flee outbound on Bryan Station Road, according to police. Investigators are not ready to release the video surveillance which was located near the collision scene, and continue to try to identify the vehicle and driver.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the Lexington Police Collision Reconstruction Unit at Anonymous tips can be submitted to Bluegrass Crime Stoppers by callingonline at www. WTVQ — A GoFundMe has been set up to help pay for funeral and related expenses for the damily of a year-old girl killed in a fatal hit-and-run earlier this week. Tamaris Mack died after being hit by a car on Bryan Station Road.
The car and driver left the scene and still is being sought by police. This was created to invite our Friends and Community to support our family in our loss, and to with us to celebrate her life. Tamaris will forever be in our hearts. Thank you from our family to yours. Tamaris Mack was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident at a. She was struck at about 1 a. Around a. Upon arrival officers located woman.
During the course of the investigation the Collision Reconstruction Unit believe this incident occurred on Bryan Station Road near Rookwood Parkway, approximately 0. Investigators also believe someone may have information to help move this investigation forward.
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