Danbury victim of April 2020 wrong-way crash on Saw Mill Parkway remains in a coma

A Danbury family is holding on to hope that their daughter will come out of a coma she has been in since a head-on collision last April by a wrong-way driver.
Conway and Sandra Dickerson say their oldest daughter, Shaniqwa, was on her way home from work in New York in April when the crash occurred on the Saw Mill River Parkway in Mount Pleasant.
The 32-year-old was taken to Westchester Medical Center and was put into a medically induced coma. The family says Shaniqwa suffered a traumatic brain injury, damage to her liver, and a broken hip and femur.
To complicate matters, she also contracted COVID-19.
The family has set up a GoFundMe page, hoping to offset their mounting medical bills.
"Everything is just crazy for us,” says Sandra Dickerson, Shaniqwa's mother. “We don't know if this guy was drinking. We don't know if he was on drugs. We don't know anything. And she's not back all the way." 
Westchester County police say the wrong-way driver, Anthony Rodriguez, from Yonkers, was not seriously injured in the crash. Police say no charges were filed against the 42-year-old, but the incident is still under investigation.