COLUMBUS, Ohio - Nearly one month after a Columbus girl was hit and killed on the way to her bus stop, her family is pushing for safety.Elizabeth Robertson-Rutland, 11, died September 18. She was walking along McNaughten Road to catch her bus when two cars hit her. One driver stopped, the other did not."It's been a struggle every day of her not being here," said Robertson-Rutland's grandmother Audrey Napier.The family hired attorneys to investigate her death. In a news release, Walton & Brown LLP said they intend to get answers by working with investigators and experts, "to ensure that other families do not have to experience such a tragic loss.""We need to get to the bottom of this. We need to understand how it happened, who is responsible for it,...
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Nearly one month after Columbus girl's death, family pushes for bus stop safety