2:30 a.m., Aug. 13)
Navan hit-and-run victim identified
30-year-old man who was killed in a fatal hit-and-run
near Navan early Sunday morning has been identified as
was walking home along Frank Kenny Road between 5 a.m.and
5:30 a.m. when he was struck by an unidentified vehicle
and killed. A temporary cross fashioned from a pair 2x4s
was erected on Monday near the spot where Morlang was
killed. A small bouquet of flowers was left at its base.
say a passing motorist saw Morlang walking along Frank
Kenny just after 5 a.m. After dropping off her children
at a nearby friend's house, the motorist was driving back
down Frank Kenny about a half hour later when she saw
his body lying in the middle of the road.
are hoping the driver of the car that hit Morlang will
turn themself in. On Monday his girlfriend made a plea
for the person reponsible to come forward.
have a lot of pain. We are sad. We don't know what happened,"
said a devastated Isabelle Tardif. "The only person
who knows is the person who (did the) hit-and-run. Please
recently started a new job at O-Town Steel Erectors Inc.
in Ottawa where he was a structural steel worker. He lived
on Frank Kenny Road with two roommates.
attended a bachelor party Saturday nigh twith friends.
They were reportedly trying to find another friend's house
early Sunday morning when he decided to walk home alone.
with any information regarding is asked to contact Det.
McAughey of the traffic collision investigation section
at 613-236-1222 ext 2481 or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477.
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