"I just see it in slow motion and I see it over and over again in my head,” she said.
She said after being struck in the jaw by one of the suspects, Luis Borges’ head was slammed into the pavement.
Alexander said Luis Borges was unconscious for 10 minutes.
As of Monday morning, he remained in Hartford Hospital for treatment. His family hoped he could be released later in the week.
“He's under a lot of medication,” Alexander said. "He's had blood in his brain, so he's not that well."
A photo taken during the ordeal was later shared with police.
In it, police described one suspect as a man in his 20s who stood about 5’6” tall and wore a gray sweatshirt with the word “fly” on it. The other was a man who weighed about 150 pounds and wore black sweatpants and a black sweatshirt.
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