Glauber Baby Passes Away


glauberThe  newborn baby boy who was delivered by emergency cesarean section after his parents were killed in a horrific crash in Brooklyn has passed away.

The baby boy of Nachman and Raizy Glauber, both 21, died around 5:30 a.m. He only weighed about four pounds when he was delivered early Sunday morning.

“If he would have stayed alive, he would have been in memory and a little reminder to the grandparents of his parents,” askon Isaac Abraham said. “And now that little boy has been torn away as well.”

The Glaubers were looking forward to welcoming their first child when their livery cab was hit by a BMW in Williamsburg  as the couple headed to the hospital.

Raizy Glauber, who was 7 months pregnant, decided to go to the hospital because she wasn’t feeling well, relatives said.

“She was premature – couldn’t feel the baby,” said Raizy Glauber’s aunt, Ruchel Bochnel. “They wanted to check it out.”

On their way to the hospital, police said a BMW smashed into the livery cab at the intersection of Kent Avenue and Wilson Street.


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  1. Baruch Dayan Ha’emes. This brings back memories of the Kletzky Tragedy. This is all of Am Yisroels Tzora. May Kllal Yisroel hear only Besuros Tovos

  2. …. we can’t take it any more, oh Hashem we can’t do it alone we need your help, how much suffering can we take? We’re not strong enough, yes indeed we know that we have much to correct in our lives, we admit that we have faults, but who knows us better then you Hashem? You know that we want to be good observant Yidden in every aspect of the Torah, but there is a big Yatzer Hora out there boiling inside of us, daring us all the time to sin in the most difficult times, like when we are pressured and feeling hopeless.

    Hashem please let’s make a deal, you remove this evil monster the Yatzer Hora, and see how much we love you and the Torah you gave us, you’ll see how we’re Medakdek in every single Mitzvah, because deep down we all want to be good and clean.

    We know that there is no better feeling then making Hashem happy, doing Mitzvos and good deeds being kind to a fellow Yid, caring for another Yid, no matter how he or she are dressed, if it’s a Yid I care for them.

    Please give us one more last chance, Hashem we have gotten the message loud and clear.

  3. Do you really think that Moshiach is going to come in the near future just because we show our compassion and empathy? Wishful thinking, the fact is: Moshiach will only come if we improve our Mitzvos.

  4. I pray so much for all the family and friends. This will affect you for the rest of your lives, I know. You will not be the same and so you should not be. Every minutes of every day is precious. Every family even tis precious. I pray for strength and understanding for all. God be with you.

  5. Let’s not mock anyone’s posts. Everyone expresses pain in his/her own way, and each person will be inspired differently.

  6. It used to shock me to read these tragedies happening daily R”L but it doesnt anymore when we just let it happen & dont start doing teshuva

    May we all finally wake up & do teshuva