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US Mississippi teacher loses unborn child in a crash after her baby shower

05:45  10 january  2020
05:45  10 january  2020 Source:   cnn.com

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A 24-year-old Mississippi teacher tragically lost her unborn child eight months into her pregnancy after she was struck by a hit-and-run driver on the way home from her baby shower , Sgt. J.D. Carter of the Jones County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to PEOPLE. Mashayla Harper was transported to

Her unborn child didn't survive. A service for her unborn daughter was held Wednesday, but she was unable to attend because she has been in the hospital since Saturday's crash . Mashayla Harper, pictured, had just left her baby shower when the hit-and-run crash occurred.

a woman posing for a picture: Mashayla Harper was 36 weeks pregnant before she lost her unborn child in a crash.© Maurice Pruitt, Sr. Mashayla Harper was 36 weeks pregnant before she lost her unborn child in a crash.

Mashayla Harper was nearly killed on her way home from her baby shower after what police say was a hit-and-run. Her unborn child didn't survive.

A service for her unborn daughter was held Wednesday, but she was unable to attend because she has been in the hospital since Saturday's crash.

Harper was 36 weeks pregnant, according to CNN affiliate WDAM.

"That was very emotional. We were looking forward to [the baby] being here. She was going to be a spoiled baby," Harper's father, Maurice Pruitt Sr., told CNN on Wednesday.

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JONES COUNTY, Mississippi (CNN) -- Mashayla Harper was nearly killed on her way home from her baby shower after what police say was a A service for her unborn daughter was held Wednesday, but she was unable to attend because she has been in the hospital since Saturday’s crash .

A teacher eight months pregnant lost her unborn child in a hit-and-run while driving home from her baby shower . Mashayla Harper, 24, was driving her Honda Accord near Soso in Mississippi on Saturday when she was struck head-on by a Nissan Titan pick-up truck. The suspected driver of the

Thirty minutes after her baby shower in Jones County, Mississippi, Pruitt says he received a hysterical phone call from Mashayla's mother, Chandra Harper. She had been driving about six or seven cars behind her 24-year-old daughter when traffic suddenly stopped. She asked someone what happened up ahead and a driver told her a pregnant woman had just got into a car accident.

Pruitt says Chandra instantly knew it was her daughter. She found Mashayla on the ground in front of her car. Pruitt says they are unsure how she got there, but the driver's door was missing due to the accident.

The driver of the vehicle that hit the fourth-grade math teacher fled the scene, but was apprehended late Saturday, Pruitt told CNN.

James Gilbert, 35, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with injuries, according to WDAM. It is unclear whether he has legal representation.

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A 24-year-old Mississippi elementary school teacher who was eight months pregnant tragically lost her baby when she fell victim to a hit-and-run over the Mashayla Harper had been driving home after celebrating the impending arrival of her first child with family members and friends at a baby shower

Pregnant Mississippi Teacher Loses Baby After Hit-and-Run Crash on Way Home from Her Shower . A 24-year-old Mississippi teacher tragically lost her unborn child eight months into her pregnancy after she was struck by a hit-and-run driver on the way home from her baby shower , Sgt.

CNN has reached out to the Jones County Sheriff's Office, but has not heard back.

She's a 'strong woman'

Harper was taken to South Central Regional Medical Center, according to WDAM.

Her father tells CNN that doctors informed the immediate family that her unborn child had died 45 minutes later.

Doctors told the family Harper had suffered severe trauma, including abdominal, knee and leg injuries. Pruitt said doctors didn't think she was going to survive the surgeries and that she was revived at least once. He described Harper as a "strong woman."

Following surgery Saturday night, she was put on life support and was finally taken off Monday afternoon. Pruitt says while she is in and out of sleep, Mashyala kept asking her mother about the baby. He says Chandra was unsure how to tell her daughter about the baby's passing lest her blood pressure rise. The family told her Monday evening.

A GoFundMePage was created to assist with Mashyala's medical bills and lost income. As of Thursday evening, the page had raised nearly $8,000.

Pruitt says his daughter is recovering pretty quickly. "She went from being on life support on Saturday to being in her own [hospital] room today."

"The better [Mashayla] gets the better everybody will get. I got her to smile last night," Pruitt said.

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