A year has passed since the tragic death of a 7-year-old girl who was run down by an out-of-control driver as she walked out of a Target store, holding her mother’s hand.
The Deegear family has been praying for justice since their 7 year-old daughter Savannah was killed in a horrifying crash over the summer.
This is was the Deegear family’s first Christmas without their little girl.
Two months after 7-year-old Savannah Deegear was killed by an out-of-control driver, her family remembers her life.
Mark and Annetta Deegear and much of their family joined the Dallas Cowboys on the sidelines during the pregame warm up for the Cowboys first home preseason game. There was just one person missing, their daughter.
Family and friends will remember a little girl who was hit and killed by a truck in a Lake Worth parking lot. Funeral services for Savannah Deegear are set for Thursday morning.
It was an emotional remembrance for seven-year-old Savannah Deegear. She was struck and killed by a pickup truck that went out of control in a Target parking lot in Lake Worth Saturday.
Lake Worth police say Tarrant County prosecutors will now subpoena the medical records of 82-year-old Vincent Martinez.