Image shows baby clutching photo of late mum who was killed by drunk driver
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Image shows baby clutching photo of late mum who was killed by drunk driver

- The consequence of drinking and driving is usually terrible, and a newborn has been denied of motherly love due to a driver's disregard to drunk-driving law

- Yesenia Aguilar was killed by a drunk driver while taking a walk with her husband on August 11

- The 23-year-old lady was 35 weeks pregnant at the time and her daughter was delivered via a C-section

- A photoshoot that evoked emotions was setup for the baby by her father, James Alvarez

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A photoshoot which evoked emotions was set up for a newborn whose mother was killed by a drunk driver in California, United States.

The baby's father identified as James Alvarez was walking out with his wife on August 11, when a drunk driver killed the 23-year-old lady named Yesenia Aguilar.

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The young lady was 35 weeks pregnant at the time, and while doctors couldn't save her, they did deliver her daughter via C-section, Daily Mail reports.

In some images, the cute baby could be seen posing with a picture of her late mother and some of the deceased's favourite things.

Heartbreaking image shows newborn baby girl clutching a photo of her late mother - who was killed by a drunk driver when she was 35-weeks pregnant

The newborn held her mother's picture in the photo shoot. Photo credit: Grisel Leyva
Source: UGC

The baby had her little hand resting on a photo from her mother's maternity shoot. Other things she posed with included her mother's favourite flowers and her wedding veil.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nehemiah Adejoh, the suspect who drove the car that killed Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile, said he never intended to kill the flying officer.

The suspect told a Kaduna magistrate court on Thursday, August 20, that he mistakenly ran over the deceased.

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Adejoh was reported to be the one behind the steering of the vehicle that knocked down Arotile on July 11 before she was pronounced dead at the Nigerian Air Force hospital.

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