Man pushes for answers in daughter's death

A father has been pushing for answers in the hit-and-run death of his daughter while she was crossing the street near Fort Hamilton Parkway on

BROOKLYN - A father has been pushing for answers in the hit-and-run death of his daughter while she was crossing the street near Fort Hamilton Parkway on March 7.

Ulrich Assee says the death of his daughter, Natalie, was unnecessary. He has been routinely traveling from his home in Texas to Brooklyn to investigate more about the issue.

At the time of the incident, police said they only knew the color of the vehicle: white. Assee says very few details have emerged since then.

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