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ATLANTA - The family of a woman who died during a crash with a police officer is expressing concern for the officer and his family.
Culp's family told Channel
"I'm gonna miss Jackie. My whole family's gonna miss Jackie," Myrtis Robinson-Speight said about her sister.
"We always gonna remember Jackie as being a strong devoted wife. I mean a great mother and don't mess with her children and don't mess with me," Culp's husband Ralph Culp Jr. said.
As they grieved Culp's untimely
"I hope that the officer and his
Robinson-Speight said her sister was a Christian who believed in forgiveness. But Ralph Culp Jr. said his wife also believed in accountability.
He now wants Atlanta police to be accountable and make policy changes to prevent another incident like the one that killed his wife.
"We want something to come of her death. We wouldn't want another family to have to deal with this kind of a thing," Culp said.
"Through Jackie we hope and we pray that things will change," Robinson-Speight said.
Attorney Thomas Cuffie has been retained by the Culp family.
Cuffie said he has started an independent investigation to determine exactly what happened.
In the meantime he's recognizes how important it is to Culp's family to make sure she didn't die in vain.
"They want to do whatever is reasonable to try and diminish or lessen the kind of incidents that happened on this day," Cuffie said.
"The police officer passed us," said Jason Myles who said Sieck passed him with his lights and sirens on.
Soon after the crash he said he tried to help Culp.
"Her situation looked
Ralph Culp wants people to know his wife loved God, loved life and loved people.
"She was just
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