Pregnant woman hurt in stolen ambulance crash says baby ok

GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA9) -- The pregnant woman who was injured in Sunday's stolen ambulance crash in Greenbelt talked to WUSA9's Debra Alfarone on Wednesday morning.

Cheryl Linkins stated that she's not doing well and can't walk, but that her baby will be okay.

Linkins was the passenger in the car of 77-year-old Alvin Hargrave, who died following the crash.

Police say that 34-year-old Sebastian Kellinger Isaksen of Silver Spring stole the Branchville Volunteer Fire Department ambulance and then crashed it. He was also injured. Isaksen has been charged with carjacking, assault but are still investigating the charges that may be associated with Hargrave's death.

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