RAMONA (CBS 8) - Family and friends of 29-year-old Jessica Foderingham on Tuesday came together to remember the mother of two, who was 32 weeks pregnant when she was killed in a hit-and-run crash on Mother's Day.
Foderingham's loved ones brought flowers to the site of the crash and placed crosses.
The suspect in the crash was identified as 44-year-old Andrew Molinis. according to Sheriffs deputies, Molinis' SUV rear-ended Foderingham's car which hit a tree, killing her.
According to Jessica's husband, Christian Foderingham, the pair was returning home after visiting her grandmother on Mother's Day.
Christian said he was driving his car ahead of Jessica, with her two young children when he witnessed the moment Jessica's car was rear-ended by a suspected drunk driver.
"I was in front and all I saw was her car hit the tree and a car left. My heart dropped and I raced to the car to see if I could save my wife," he said.
Sheriffs deputies said Molinis left his SUV in the parking lot and then took a ride share to the Turkey Inn Bar at the 700 block of Main Street in Ramona where he was arrested and booked into the County Jail before 2 a.m. Monday morning.
Foderingham told CBS News 8 Jessica was 32 weeks pregnant and due to have a baby girl next month.
The couple married last year. "I go to sleep alone. I go to sleep hurting," he said as he shared his unimaginable pain during Tuesday's vigil.
Jessica's baby shower was scheduled for this Saturday.
Foderingham - a Marine - didn't want to go on camera but wrote in a message: "It's so hard. My life will never be the same. My heart, my world, and best friend, and mother of my children (while carrying our daughter) was taken from me. R.I.P. Jessica and Ayanna Foderingham. I'm not ready to raise two boys on my own."
Molinis is charged with four felonies including two counts of DUI resulting in bodily injury, gross vehicular manslaughter and hit and run.
The Foderingham family and friends plan to flood the courtroom on Wednesday when Milonis is scheduled to be arraigned.
A&S Catering & BBQ said it will donate all of its proceeds from Thursday's weekly American Graffiti Cruise Nights on Main Street to the Foderingham family.