Elizabeth Ramos is emotional after setting up a memorial of ribbons, candles and flowers for her stepsister Theresa Lumley near the intersection of East Spruce and South Sixth Streets in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. Lumely was killed in a hit-and-run near the site on Oct. 28. Police don't yet have any suspects in the investigation.
Elizabeth Ramos is emotional after setting up a memorial of ribbons, candles and flowers for her stepsister Theresa Lumley near the intersection of East Spruce and South Sixth Streets in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. Lumely was killed in a hit-and-run near the site on Oct. 28. Police don't yet have any suspects in the investigation. Yakima Herald-Republic via AP Shawn Gust
Elizabeth Ramos is emotional after setting up a memorial of ribbons, candles and flowers for her stepsister Theresa Lumley near the intersection of East Spruce and South Sixth Streets in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. Lumely was killed in a hit-and-run near the site on Oct. 28. Police don't yet have any suspects in the investigation. Yakima Herald-Republic via AP Shawn Gust

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