By Anthony G. Attrino email@example.com|
Erika Aguilar was crossing Main Avenue in Clifton two days after Christmas to meet up with friends when a silver car plowed into the 26-year-old.
She was four months pregnant at the time and, miraculously, her unborn child survived unharmed. But she suffered extensive and traumatic injuries.
The driver stopped, got out and looked at Aguilar before fleeing the scene. The hit-and-run case remains unsolved and Aguilar’s mother Ana is hoping that justice will ultimately prevail.
“Just turn yourself in,” Ana Aguilar said Friday as her daughter was preparing to be discharged from a rehab facility a month after the crash. “How do you leave a pregnant woman out on the street and keep going? Have a conscience and own up to what you did.”
He won presidential elections last year to emerge the successor to Sirleaf beating then vice president Joseph Boakai twice in a space of three months.