DPS still looking for suspect in fatal Pflugerville hit-and-run

the Texas Department of Public Safety is still looking for a suspect for fleeing a fatal hit and run crash in Pflugerville two weeks ago.

The incident killed 20-year-old Alyssa Gonzalez and now her family is advocating for justice.

“She was always smiling. She just had the biggest heart. She always wanted to help someone,” said Pamela Zamora, Alyssa’s mother.

For Pamela and Emilio Zamora, their daughter Alyssa Gonzalez was their world. “She was everything to us. She was, we felt like we had taken ourselves away so soon,” Pamela said.


Alyssa’s family loved her, but so did her friends. Her parents say all of her friends hugged them like families.

Alyssa was the victim of a deadly hit-and-run on May 28. DPS says around 3:30 a.m., an unidentified vehicle struck Alyssa and fled. She was later pronounced dead at the scene.

“Lots of anger and hate and everything. Just a lot of ifs, could have, would have, but I can’t change it. I can’t help it at all,” Pamela said.

The family say the accident happened so suddenly that many people close to her didn’t want to believe it, including her best friend Judy Nguyen. “I texted her. I was like ‘ha ha it’s a funny text when it’s all over so I know you’re alive’ and I guess a few hours have passed and she doesn’t. just never called me. “

It was true, and DPS is still investigating who killed Alyssa.

“Just give us answers like why didn’t you stop? I mean you could have stopped. You could have called. Just do whatever it takes,” Pamela said.


Alyssa’s friends have hugged her family whom they appreciate very much. The family say they will never let Alyssa’s memory fade. “She’s going to be our angel from now on. I told my boys our family is going to be a little different, but we’re still a family of five and she will never be forgotten,” Pamela said.

If you have any information on this matter, call DPS at 512-997-4106.

The family also owns a GoFundMe. Make a donation, Click here.

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