Bronx mom Alondra Gervacio said ‘I prayed and said thanks to God my daughter is alive.’ She and 10-month-old Perla narrowly escaped a livery cab that hopped the curb after its 63-year-old driver had a heart attack and died while driving.ANTHONY DELMUNDO/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Alondra Gervacio (left) and her daughter Perla Galindo were released from the hospital Wednesday after they were hit by a livery cab.
A teen mom and her 10-month-old daughter who where clipped by a livery cab Tuesday were released from the hospital Wednesday — and went directly a Bronx church to thank God for their lives.
Alondra Gervacio, 17, and her daughter, Perla Galindo, were hit by the cab when it jumped a curb on a Longwood street Tuesday afternoon. Sources said the 63-year-old driver had a heart attack and died.
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The vehicle jumped a curb and drove into a Bronx storefront after the driver had a heat attack and died.
“I prayed and said thanks to God my daughter is alive,” Gervacio told the Daily News. Gervacio had some bruising to her leg and little Perla escaped with only a scratch on her head.Alondra Gervacio, bronx, Bronx Living, Bronx News, Bronx People, Bronx Roadways & Streets, Bronx Tragedy, Longwood, NYDOT, NYPD, Perla Galindo