Family of EMT killed in hit-and-run offering $25K reward
Kevin Liang’s family is looking for the suspect who fatally hit him while he was riding his motorcycle on a bridge
By EMS1 Staff
NEW YORK — The family of an FDNY EMT who was killed in a hit-and-run crash while he was riding his motorcycle on a bridge is offering a reward for information on the suspect.
ABC 7 reported that the family of fallen EMT Kevin Liang is frustrated that the investigation is not moving faster.
"No one has even communicated to them, 'Hey we have some leads, we're working on this,' so they're just in the dark. They're trying to call the lead investigator and his cellphone doesn't work. His phone is inactive," State Assemblymember Ron Kim said. "You're telling me the governor just spent $550 million on this new bridge, you're telling me we don't have high-tech cameras?"
The family is offering a $25,000 reward to anyone who comes forward with information that may lead to an arrest.
"Please do the right thing. Be a good Samaritan. Do the right thing, come and help us - help out. Help Kevin, because we know that he would do the same for you,” Liang’s cousin, Pang Lee, said.