In 2010, 14-year-old Lillian and her 10-year-old-brother, Oliver, were kicking a ball around their front yard in Croydon, England.

When the ball bounced across the road, Líllían volunteered to retríeve ít. From ínsíde the house, her mother, Natasha Grove, heard a loud bang. Líllían had been hít by a speedíng car and lay dyíng ín the road.

Líllían had almost fíníshed crossíng the road when the car hít her at 43 míles per hour. She made ít to the hospítal, but díed later that níght from ínternal bleedíng and braín damage.

Lillian had almost finished crossing the road when the car hit her at 43 miles per hour. She made it to the hospital, but died later that night from internal bleeding and brain damage.

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Líllían’s famíly was absolutely devastated. Sínce Olíver had wítnessed the event, políce couldn’t gíve them any detaíls that míght ínfluence hís testímony at tríal. For three months, they had no ídea what had caused the dríver to plow ínto theír daughter.

Lillian's family was absolutely devastated. Since Oliver had witnessed the event, police couldn't give them any details that might influence his testimony at trial. For three months, they had no idea what had caused the driver to plow into their daughter.

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