Investigators were still trying to determine why Reed was in the roadway and whether she was crossing or walking alongside it. Reed was wearing dark clothing in an area that had no lighting, according to the incident report.
Other than the driver, who was not charged, and a passenger in the car, there did not appear to be any additional witnesses, according to the report.
Police said toxicology reports are pending and are standard in fatal accidents.
Meanwhile Goodridge said family members want answers so that they can help Reed’s 10-year-old son Tren understand his mother’s death. “It’s an empty report. It still doesn’t give us answers.”
“We are hurt and distraught about the untimely death of our daughter Natina,” said Goodridge, who was overcome with emotion during a Thursday press conference in downtown Atlanta.
Goodridge said services for Reed will be Saturday at Abundant Life Church in Lithonia. It is open to the public.