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March 08, 2013

Brooklyn - New York: Baby Boy Delivered By Caesarian Section After His 21-Year-Old Parents Were Killed In A Hit-And-Run Car Crash Has Died :(

A baby delivered by doctors after his parents were killed in a hit-and-run car crash in New York has died, a community spokesman has confirmed.
Nachman and Raizy Glauber, both 21, died in the crash in Brooklyn but their baby initially survived after doctors performed an emergency caesarean section on the mother.
However, Isaac Abraham, a spokesman for the family's Orthodox Jewish community, said the child died on Monday morning.
Police are searching for the driver and passenger of a BMW who fled the scene on foot.

"This guy's a coward and he should pay his price," said Mr Abraham, adding that the community wants a murder prosecution.
The registered owner of the BMW, who was not in the car at the time of the crash, has been charged with insurance fraud.

Many of the Glaubers' fellow Orthodox Jews attended the couple's funeral, which was held hours after their deaths. Jewish law calls for the burial of the dead as soon as possible.
Mr Glauber was described as "the sweetest, most charming human being, always with a smile on his face".
His cousin, Sara Glauber, added of the couple: "If one had to go, the other had to go too because they really were one soul."
The hit-and-run happened in the Williamsburg neighbourhood of Brooklyn, as the couple made their way to a local hospital in a cab.
Mrs Glauber, who was seven months pregnant, was sitting in the back of the car. Her body was thrown from the vehicle and landed under a parked lorry, according to witnesses.
Her husband was trapped in the vehicle and emergency workers had to cut the roof off to free him from the wreckage.
The cab driver was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital and released.

The Glaubers were married about a year ago and had started a life together in Williamsburg, relatives said. He was studying at a rabbinical college nearby.
At their funeral, men in black hats gathered around the coffins in the middle of the street, while women in bright headscarves stood on the pavement, in accordance with the Orthodox Jewish tradition of separating the sexes at religious services.
A man could be heard sobbing as he spoke through a loudspeaker, while Yitzchok Silberstein, Mrs Glauber's father, said: "I will never forget you, my daughter."
Brooklyn is home to the largest community of ultra-Orthodox Jews outside Israel, with more than 250,000 living in the New York borough.

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