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Fearing for her mother's life, Alexis bolted into the car's front seat, crying out, "Don't hurt my mother."
"Alexis jumped over the seat to try and save my life," Parker said.
Using her tiny body as a shield, Alexis blocked six gunshots from hitting her mother. The bullets pierced her right eye, chin, cheek, chest and jaw. When police arrived to the scene, they found Alexis in a pool of blood, curled beneath the steering wheel.
Parker also had been shot in the side of the head and the arm.
Both Parker and her daughter survived, though Alexis endured two painful months in the hospital and underwent six surgeries. Despite doctors' prediction that Alexis may never walk or talk again, Alexis is thriving.