BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A woman who admitted hitting two women with her car, thenleaving the scene is heading to prison.
It was an emotional day in court for the two victims and theirfamily members.
Andrea Glinski explained, "I will spend the rest of my lifefeeling remorse and praying that someday you will forgive me."
An emotional Glinski apologized to Amy Stewart and Rachel Baird,the two college students she ran down near last March near DaemenCollege.
Glinski pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an incident andadmitted she tried to cover up the crime by bringing her car to amechanic days later.
"I wish I could take it back. I know I should have stopped. Andto do it over again I would do everything so different," sheexplained.
The 32 year old faced up to four years in prison.
She sat emotionless as Judge Thomas Franczyk sentenced her toone to three years.
Judge Franczyk remarked, "In her behavior, she did not showcharacter, nor did she show compassion or courage to face up towhat she had done."
Glinski's victims said they will live a life sentence.
Rachel Baird said, "Although this crime has left me withsignificant life lasting injuries and a total lifestylereadjustment, I do not feel negative feelings toward theperpetrator."
The brother of 23 year old, Amy Stewart read her statement forher since her traumatic brain injury affected her speech.
"I do not care if Miss Glinski was in a state of shock at thetime of the incident. That does not warrant her actions. I'm prettysure I was in a state of shock when I woke up from a coma," heread.
Annemarie Stewart, Amy's mother exclaimed, "Her crime almosttook Amy's body, but she could not touch her spirit. Amy is strong.She's a fighter and she had the will to live."
Glinski's passenger, John Pieri, is facing a misdemeanor chargeof criminal solicitation.
He's accused of encouraging her to leave the scene.
Glinski's court appearances are far from over.
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