SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - For the first time since Regan Shetsky was struck and killed by a car in the parking lot of an Eastwood pre-school, the parents of the 3-year-old say they received an apology from the driver of the car.
Regan's mother, Kelly Shetsky says the apology came this morning during a hearing at the State Department of Motor Vehicles.
“The one thing she wanted to do was to apologize to us. She said it twice. So that was very difficult for us to hear and for us to be in the same room with her,” Kelly said.
Today's hearing was held to determine if the driver should be allowed to keep her license.
A decision is expected in about three weeks.
The driver was never charged in the accident that happened in January.
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