This tragic footage shows Krishna Devi hit by a vehicle violently at high speeds which left her dead on the road.

Krishna Devi was on her way to the temple for her morning prayers but tragically lost her life by a hit and run driver. She was crossing Rookery road in Handsworth at 11am on November the 9th.

Her family have been devastated by the death of Devi and have allowed the release of the footage by West Midlands police to help bring down the people responsible for the death of Krishna Devi.

The family want the public to see this tragic footage and help bring the people down by providing any information to the police to bring down the people that caused the death of Devi.

The footage captures when a Vauxhall Zafira, driving on the wrong side of the road struck the 62 year old lady.

The Vauxhall Zafira drove through a red traffic light on soho Road and was followed by a green Vauxhall Corsa and a silver Ford Mondeo. All three cars were found abandoned within 24 hours after the incident.

The Vauxhall Corsa and Ford Mondeo had stolen false number plates

Forensics are examining all the three cars to find any evidence of the drivers.

Krishna Devi’s family members have spoken out in a press conference and have urged the public to help bring the killers to justice

Family celebrating Krishna Devi’s 60th birthday

The brother of Krishna Devi, Baldev Korotania said: “Krishna was the foundation of our family, who was always there when we needed her. Her caring and compassionate nature will forever be missed by us. The grandchildren she has left behind are still waiting for her to come home. Although nothing can replace what we have lost, her love and care will remain in our hearts forever.

“The individuals responsible are still out there and the only closure for our family throughout this difficult period, is for them to be brought to justice.”

So far 4 people have been arrested by the Police as a ongoing investigation into Devi’s death

3 of them have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and have been released till further investigation.

Darren Holness 47 from Handsworth has been charged by the police with ”perverting the course of justice” and has been remanded in custody until his next date at Birmingham Magistrates Court on Dec 12.

The Collision Investigation Unit can be contacted on 101 or information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 1111