Family of Girl, 2, Killed in Hit-and-Run in San Francisco Asks For Public's Help; Vigil Held

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    New details Sunday night have surfaced on the search for a hit-and-run driver who killed a toddler. Family members of the 2-year-old victim are asking the public's help to bring them to justice. The crash happened on Mission Street between Fourth and Fifth streets in San Francisco Friday night at around 10:30. NBC Bay Area's Christie Smith reports from San Francisco, where she talked to relatives of the young girl. (Published Monday, Aug 18, 2014)

    Family members of the 2-year-old girl killed in a hit-and-run Friday night are asking for the public's help to bring the driver to justice.

    The crash happened on Mission Street between Fourth and Fifth Streets in San Francisco at around 10:30 p.m.

    The family of the girl held a vigil Sunday night for the young girl and handed out fliers with information on the accident, hoping to bring the hit-and-run driver to justice.

    "Please just turn yourself in for this little girl--for us, the family, and just please, turn yourself in," the victim's cousin De'Anthony Jones said.

    Toddler Killed in San Francisco Hit-and-Run

    [BAY] Toddler Killed in San Francisco Hit-and-Run
    A Bay Area family is pleading for justice after a 2-year-old girl was killed. The toddler was killed in a hit-and-run on Mission Street between Fourth and Fifth streets. NBC Bay Area's Christie Smith reports where a memorial is being set up. (Published Sunday, Aug 17, 2014)

    Police said the driver was in a white, mid-90s four-door sedan, traveling eastbound on Mission Street, when 2-year-old Mi-Yana Gregory was hit.

    Police said the car was either a Camry, Honda, or Lexus with a dark-colored, mismatched front bumper and dark rims.

    Anyone with information is asked to call SFPD. If the vehicle is seen on the road, witnesses should call 911. Anonymous tips can be made at 415-575-4444.