As per police, two males and a woman left the scene and are not currently in arrest.
Silvia Gil was critically hurt in a hit-and-run in River North while she was seven months pregnant. She is now praying for her baby's survival while begging for justice.
He was close enough to me yesterday that I could smell him, she continued, "but yesterday I got to hold him for the very first time, not the way I wanted to.
A week and a half after her life was irrevocably altered, Gil spoke to Anstynews from her hospital bed.
Gil explained, "All we did was ask for instructions, and the next thing we knew, we were set up."
On January 21, the 27-year-old woman was standing at Ontario and Wabash on her way to supper with her fiancé, brother, and sister-in-law when they were hit by a dark-colored Chevy vehicle. Moments before, it had collided with a silver Toyota Prius.
Gil added, "I only remember that I went up in the air and I landed on my back. "My... my baby. I needed to go to the hospital and get my baby out to save my kid. That's all I thought about."
Gil had a C-section in case of emergency.
"He is genuinely battling for his life. Since doctors can only do so much, I have faith and trust that a miracle will occur "She spoke.
The two occupants of the Prius were also harmed, along with Gil and her family members. However, the three occupants of the black car fled the scene.
Gil begged them to give themselves in for the sake of his son. "I only want him to receive justice. For my son, not for myself."
Jorge Amor Guzman is how Silvia named her kid. His middle name translates to "love" in Spanish.