Twenty-six-year-old Steven Felldin was killed in a horrific car accident on Highway 99 Saturday. A stranger, Brian Hunter, center, held his hand and comforted him during his last moments alive. Hunter found Felldin’s family. He wanted to meet them, see pictures of Felldin and deliver his last words, a message of love to his wife. From left, wife Leilani Felldin of Sacramento, sister-in-law Crystal Dixon of Carmichael, sister Brenda Felldin of Albuquerque and mother Marilyn Felldin of Sacramento meet Hunter for the first time at the Felldins’ North Highlands home May 31, 2007.
Twenty-six-year-old Steven Felldin was killed in a horrific car accident on Highway 99 Saturday. A stranger, Brian Hunter, center, held his hand and comforted him during his last moments alive. Hunter found Felldin’s family. He wanted to meet them, see pictures of Felldin and deliver his last words, a message of love to his wife. From left, wife Leilani Felldin of Sacramento, sister-in-law Crystal Dixon of Carmichael, sister Brenda Felldin of Albuquerque and mother Marilyn Felldin of Sacramento meet Hunter for the first time at the Felldins’ North Highlands home May 31, 2007. Autumn Cruz Sacramento Bee file
Twenty-six-year-old Steven Felldin was killed in a horrific car accident on Highway 99 Saturday. A stranger, Brian Hunter, center, held his hand and comforted him during his last moments alive. Hunter found Felldin’s family. He wanted to meet them, see pictures of Felldin and deliver his last words, a message of love to his wife. From left, wife Leilani Felldin of Sacramento, sister-in-law Crystal Dixon of Carmichael, sister Brenda Felldin of Albuquerque and mother Marilyn Felldin of Sacramento meet Hunter for the first time at the Felldins’ North Highlands home May 31, 2007. Autumn Cruz Sacramento Bee file
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