Late Model Christy Giles' Friend, Hilda, Declared Brain Dead Two Weeks After Being Dumped At Los Angeles Hospital As Investigation Continues

Hilda Cabrales Arzola has been declared braindead.

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As OK! previously reported, 24-year-old model Christy Giles was found dead outside of an L.A. hospital on November 13. Only two hours later, Hilda — whom she was last seen with the night prior — was found in critical condition outside of a different medical center nearby.

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The 26-year-old has been in a coma for two weeks since she was unceremoniously dumped by an unknown driver at Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles on November 13.

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Her father, Luis Cabrales Rivera, exclusively told The Sun that doctors have given Hilda zero chances of recovery.

"My girl was diagnosed brain dead yesterday," the 49-year-old said tearfully. "We were already expecting it to be bad news and we’re trying to take it with a lot of strength."

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"I asked God to return Hilda to me in 100% good health," the grieving father continued. "But if she was going to be left impaired it is better for her to leave and go by His side."

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“It gives me a lot of peace to think that God lent her to us for almost 27 years," he added.

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Following the sad news, the family has made the difficult decision to say their goodbyes to Hilda on Sunday or Monday — her 27th birthday — then they will have her organs donated after her passing.

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"I never discussed it with her but we are completely sure Hilda would have wanted it to be this way," Rivera explained to the outlet. "She was such a good and generous girl who was always looking out for others."

"I’m grateful that with her last breath she will be able to give life to others and that she will live on in the heart, eyes, lungs, of someone else," he concluded.


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