WARREN TOWNSHIP - Tiffany Goss said that finding the driver who critically injured her brother and his friend last month in a hit-skip crash along Mahoning Avenue isn't about vengeance - it's about accountability.
"I just want the person who did this to look at my brother and see what they did," she said. "To hit two people the way they did and just leave them there to die. They had to have known how they were hurt. They just left them there."
Her brother, James Goss II, 34, of Warren, was transferred to a rehabilitation facility in Pennsylvania this month. He was a passenger on the motorcycle when it was struck by another vehicle around 8:30 p.m. Nov. 13.
Kenneth McAllister II, 40, also of Warren, was driving the motorcycle and was also injured.
State troopers said they believe that a Chevy S-10 Blazer, model year 1998 to 2003, was involved. The right front of the vehicle and headlight would be damaged, and a large portion of the front end would be missing, according to the patrol. Troopers confirmed they have received several leads, but nothing that has netted the results they are looking for.
"We're still working on finding the other driver," said OSP Sgt Jeff Klem. "We've had a few leads and followed up on them. But we do not have a vehicle or a suspect. If anyone has any information we encourage them to come forward and contact us."
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