MENTOR, Ohio - Three-year-old Christopher Lukasiewicz Jr. remains at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital and his mother hasn't left his side.
"His cheekbone is fractured on the outside. He's got bruising on the brain that's what we're worried about, " said his mother, Tonya Blare.
The little boy has been hospitalized since a car drove right into his Mentor home early Sunday morning.
Blare said she and her fiancé, Christopher Lukasiewicz Sr., were trying to get their son back to sleep. They were all on the couch when the car came barreling into their living room.
"Just a senseless act, messed up my life in a matter of seconds," Blare said.
Her fiancé is hospitalized for his injuries.
"I was thrown into the kitchen along with my son. Once everything went dark, I could not see my son. I was screaming for him and I was screaming all over for my son," Lukasiewicz Sr. said.
"I was telling him to respond to me. I couldn't hear him at all and here to find out that my son was buried underneath me when the car was on top of me."
Blare said she was told that saved her son's life.
Blare's year-old daughter was released from the hospital on Tuesday.
Police said the driver of the car was drunk. Blare said she is filled with rage, but realizes it could have been a lot worse.
"God was with us, " Blare said. "I would love to be home for Christmas, love to have my whole family home for Christmas."
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