Wife pleads for answers -- and closure -- from night her husband died in crash

DRIVER WANTED IN TACOMA -- Amber Hettinger says she can't rest until she knows what happened the night her husband was killed -- and she won't stop until her family has some kind of closure. Tacoma police say her husband, Logan -- a 21-year-old JBLM soldier -- was killed when he lost control of his Ford Mustang on the night of Aug. 21. Witnesses told police they saw the Mustang and an unidentified white car racing down Hosmer Street before the Mustang lost control and slammed into a tree. Hettinger was killed. The driver of the white car never stopped. "He destroyed a family," Amber said of the other driver. "The guilt should be eating away at him every single day. "I feel like I don`t have closure because this person is out living their life while my life stopped. My husband`s life stopped, our whole family`s life stopped. "I believe something more happened that night, and we don`t know. The only person that knows something is the other driver and Logan," she said.

Logan is survived by not only his wife and daughter but also his parents and siblings in Missouri. If you know anything about this deadly crash, call an anonymous tip into: CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest. Click here for information on how to text a tip to Crime Stoppers.