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Baby born after NYC parents are killed in crash now dies
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The baby who was born after his parents were killed in a car crash in New York has now also died.
The mother, 21-year-old Raizy Glauber, was seven months pregnant when she and her husband, Nathan, also 21, were killed in a hit-and-run car accident. They were traveling to the hospital at the time, various media reported.
New York doctors managed to deliver the baby — a boy, who was supposed to be the parents' first child. But on Monday, he died, CBS reported.
Police are still trying to track down the driver who caused the wreck, ABC reports.
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