The family of a Fairfield man, killed in a street racing accident, is dealing with the loss of their father.
Ronald Brackett was killed Sunday when one of two cars thought to be street racing slammed into his Mazda after he'd made a turn onto Lopes Road.
The mother of Brackett's children tells News10 about Ron Brackett's love for his family.
"He was a good father. He loved his boys," she said.
Brackett's eldest son relates the shock of losing his father.
"He was a wonderful person. He always kept us safe," he said.
The family is appealing to the driver of a Toyota Tundra that was racing the car that slammed into Ron Brackett to come forward and tell them what happened.
As for the driver of the that hit Brackett, he remains hospitalized in critical condition.
Anyone with information about the Toyota Tundra or the collision was urged to call the Fairfield Police Department Traffic Unit at (707) 428-7300, the 24-hour Tip Line at (707) 428-7345 or Crime Stoppers at (707) 644-7867. Callers can remain anonymous.