(KNX 1070) -- A pregnant first-grade teacher who was stabbed and carjacked outside her Sunland home is speaking out.
Tanya Nguyen, 33, was parked outside of her house when three men, identified by prosecutors as Christian Reyes, 20; Andrew Bran, 19; and Jesus Morales, 18.
According to the Los Angeles district attorney officials, Reyes stabbed Nguyen at least 10 times before escaping in her Kia sedan, according to a news release.
Defendants Christina Luna, 24, and Monica Gomez, 25 were waiting nearby in a getaway car, according to the DA’s office.
Prosecutors allege the group took part in the assault as part of a gang initiation.
Reyes' bail will be set at $1.9 million and a bond of $1.4 million for the other four defendants -- of the group could face a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted as charged.
In a video posted to YouTube, she says her baby is fine and they will survive the ordeal.
The teacher was stabbed 10 times in the chest after rolling down her car window to let one of the suspects use her cell-phone.
Two people have been arrested, but a third suspect is still believed to be at large.