Witness opens up about postal worker’s death

Hill detailed in a police report from Odessa Police Department officer Taylor Box the gunman, Seth Aaron Ator, shot at her vehicle and then she blindly followed him to the 3600 block of Adams Avenue where she saw him murder 29-year-old postal worker Mary Granados.

For the first time in last six months, Hill talked at length about the events she witnesses on Aug. 31, 2019, and admitted she still suffers from PTSD over what she saw. Hill also said she hasn’t been able to go to the grocery store without someone by her side.

Hill offered an important message to Granados’ family at the end of the interview.

“I’m sorry that I didn’t do more,” Hill said. “I’m sorry. I wish I did more. I’ll regret it for the rest of my life.”

According to the police report from Box, Hill was at a red light facing east at 38th Street and Dixie Boulevard and she was behind Ator while he was still inside his 1999 gold Toyota Camry.

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