The miracle didn’t last very long.
A premature baby, who was delivered by C-section Sunday after his parents were killed in a hit-and-run accident in Brooklyn, died Monday. New York City police also identified the man, who has a conviction for a shooting death, that they are seeking for allegedly driving the car that took the lives of the parents.
The infant boy of Nachman and Raizy Glauber, both 21, had been in intensive care since his birth. His cause of death Monday was listed as “extreme prematureness due to maternal blunt force injuries,” according to WNBC-TV.
Police are now searching for Julio Acevedo, 44, of Brooklyn, who is expected to be charged with the deaths of the Glaubers and their son. Acevedo allegedly drove the BMW that crashed into a livery cab in Williamsburg that was carrying Nachman and Raizy. They were heading to a hospital because expectant Raizy was feeling ill.
Raizy was thrown from the cab, with her body found under a parked tractor-trailer. Nachman’s body had to be extricated from the cab. The BMW’s driver and his passenger left their car and fled the accident scene.
The three deaths have left the Orthodox Jewish community in Williamsburg devastated. The Glaubers were newlyweds, only married about a year.