INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The search continues for the truck driver who hit and killed a woman on the city's south side.
Police say it was around 7 p.m. Sunday when Kathleen Clark was hit .
It wasn't until Monday when someone found her body lying next to where a memorial now stands.
Wednesday night family and friends gathered to remember her and to urge the person responsible to come forward.
Pastor Randy Stokes led a large group in prayer in the parking lot of Morningstar Church to remember 63-year-old Clark. They held vigil across the street from where she was struck and killed. Her friends and family are still in disbelief.
"We'd like to thank everybody for your support, your kind words, and your prayers. They all mean so much," said Angie Bills, Clark's daughter-in-law.
Bills and Clark's daughter, Amy Harvey, held back tears as they talked about her. Both of them described Clark as a loving mother and grandmother.
"She's a good woman; she liked what she does. She goes dancing," Harvey said.
"She was just great; she was wonderfully nice. Super sweet to everybody she met. She worked hard. She knew how to play hard. She liked to have fun," Bills said.
Police said Clark's body was left for hours after the hit and run. Surveillance video showed Clark walking south on Meridian Street. Seconds later a truck hit her and kept going.
"So many innocent people are run over by careless drivers," said Steve Rusonaroff.
Rusonaroff attended the vigil. He didn't know Clark, but wanted to offer her family support.
Five years ago Rusonaroff says he lost his son in a fatal hit-and-run.
"It is something that is so painful. People can't imagine how painful it is. We have to stop this some way some how," he said.
A cross now marks the spot where Clark lost her life.
Her family is urging the person responsible for her death to confess .
"Just come forward. Your conscience is going to eat at you. Your guilt is going to eat at you. Come forward and do the right thing and let the family have some closure, some justice and some peace," Bills said.
Many people 24-Hour News 8 spoke with said maybe this would have been prevented if there were sidewalks on the stretch of road.
A victim of a hit-and-run who was also attended the vigil started a petition. She got a lot of signatures.
She's hoping those signatures will get sidewalks in Kathleen Clark's honor.
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