Police have released new surveillance video in a fatal hit-and-run accident that killed a Worcester, Massachusetts, woman.
Authorities want you to take a very close look at the new video, focusing specifically on the gray sedan.
Officials want to talk to the driver of the sedan in connection with the East Brookfield accident that killed 54-year-old Lisa Germain on Oct. 29.
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Germain, a nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit at MetroWest Medical Center, was crossing Route 9 when she was hit by a vehicle traveling west near Dunnys Tavern, where Germain had been enjoying Blues Night.
Police have identified several different vehicles of interest from surveillance video and this gray sedan is the latest lead in the investigation.
Germain's daughter, Erica Jean Paradis, put together a vigil for her mother earlier this month.
"It's hard to keep the faith after so long but I'm doing it because I hear her voice saying, 'Keep the faith,'" said Paradis.
Paradis became a nurse because of her mother and also works at MetroWest Medical Center.
"She was just my best friend," she said. "Lots of people say the same thing about her, she was just my best friend."
Paradis is devastated by her moth's death and is pleading to anyone with information to come forward, especially the driver.
"I just wish they would do the right thing," she said. "It was probably an accident, but staying quiet this long is a choice, and this is on purpose now and it's not fair."
Anyone with information is asked to contact East Brookfield police.