We reported Sunday that three motorcyclists were badly injured during the Teddy Foltz Memorial run in an accident that involved an SUV.

A group of around 300 people took part in that bike run, raising money to help abused children.

The driver of the SUV has been identified as 65 year old Gloria J. Dothard.

21 News Reporter Sydney Canty spoke exclusively to the families of the victims Monday and they told her they're just hoping the victims will pull through.

"You only get one mom, you know what I mean," said Carla Paris, daughter of Patricia Hagerty who is in critical condition. "That's my mom. There's no words to describe it, you know what I mean," she said.

Patricia's husband, Harold Hagerty, was also hurt as he was on the same bike with her.

Harold's brother, Carl Morrison says he's struggling to comfort him.

"My brother, he just woke up and he can't even see his wife, that's the hardest part," said Morrison. "I don't know what to tell him, I can't tell him that she's gonna make it because I don't know," he said.

The Hagerty's weren't the only two involved, Paul Halfelder was also critically injured as hundreds of motorcyclists were taking part in the memorial run.

"We can't see Paul, he's in ICU with his chest open, I don't know if he's gonna make it," said Morrison.

Morrison says his grief is immeasurable with not only his brother and sister in law hurt, but he's also related to Paul.

"Two of my family members are on life support right now and my brother is in his second surgery of the morning," Morrison said.

The victim's injuries include internal bleeding and broken bones, among other things.

"They went in and removed half her skull so her brain can swell," said Paris.

Morrison says Harold is expected to survive but the next 48 hours are crucial for Patricia and Paul.

Meanwhile, the families are calling for swift justice.

"Somebody needs to be held accountable, there's three people laying in there and how many of us out here affected," said Paris.

"People need to start watching where they're going, other people's lives matter," said Morrison. "I'm just hoping that some charges are going to be pending soon," he said.

Ohio State Highway Patrol says charges will definitely be filed