|Updated: 1/02 5:36 pm
||Published: 1/02 5:15 pm
Tulsa police are still searching for the driver of a truck that hit Christina Bradshaw's car, killing her, on Wednesday.
Bradshaw, 46, was on her way to work when the accident happened near 9th and Quebec.
"Every moment that I spent with her was some of the best moments of my life. And now that she's not going to be here, it's going to be a lot different," said Bradshaw's sister, Angela King.
King said her family has been left with a void in their lives.
"She was just in the wrong place at the wrong time," said Deanna Jones, Bradshaw's mother.
"Apparently he was doing 70 miles, 65 to 70 miles an hour -- she never (saw) him coming," said King.
Fighting back tears, she described her sister as "almost perfect."
Her mother and father said she was a happy, generous woman who, as a caregiver with a home health company, especially liked working with the elderly.
She took care of Jennifer Lindsey's grandmother, following the death of Lindsey's grandfather.
"And we've basically been friends ever since, her smile would light up a room," said Lindsey.
"She gets along really well with her patients and they were looking forward to seeing her so they were very upset when they found out what happened. Just not the way to start a new year," said Bradshaw's parents.
The family said the only thing that would relieve some of their pain at this point would be for the man who ran into Bradshaw to turn himself in.