The baby was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center, Chicago fire officials confirmed. He remains hospitalized in intensive care.Ochoa-Lopez’s family named the baby boy Yovani Yadiel Lopez. Police confirmed that DNA testing proved Yadiel belongs to Ochoa-Lopez, but they don’t expect him to survive. The hospital issued the following statement in regard to the incident:
Our top priority is to provide the safest and highest quality care for the patients and communities we serve. Out of respect for patient privacy and in compliance with federal and state regulations, we are unable to provide comment. We have been cooperating with authorities and as this is an ongoing police matter, we’re referring all inquiries to local law enforcement.Just before 11 a.m. Thursday, the 19-year-old’s family was spotted by WGN cameras, visibly emotional, entering the Cook County medical examiner’s office. Ochoa-Lopez was born in Mexico and brought to Chicago as a toddler. Her family said she had big dreams and wanted to be a singer or fashion designer. A special mass was held Thursday evening at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church to remember the teen. Family and friends were in attendance to honor her life. Funeral arrangements have not yet been released.