The pain of losing this mother of three is clearly evident on the faces of those who knew Iesha Williams.
Williams died nine days after being shot in the crossfire.
Investigators say they think a male passenger in Williams' red Chevy Avalanche truck was exchanging gunfire with another motorist in 4800 block of Reading Road.
"I raised her," said the victims grandmother Mamie Williams. I did everything I could for her she was a good girl. She went to school; she graduated.”
The pain of gun violence is all too real. It’s something the family has faced before.
Mamie Williams says, she's lost three grandchildren to gun violence.
"Whoever know anything that's which someone did this, will you please come forward and tell someone, so we could get this solved,” said Mamie Williams.
"We're asking for justice. We want to know if anybody know anyone to give us any clues or anything about who did this to her, we'll greatly appreciate it,” said the victim sister Maria Williams.
The family is hoping those details can bring some closure.
"She left behind three little boys. This is her oldest here and we need help,” said Maria Williams.
As of now police have no suspects in custody.
The family told FOX19 NOW that a fund has been set up at Fifth Third bank under Iesha Williams’s name.
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