UPDATE: Cindy Jasmin, suspected in hitting Erinn Phelan and Alma Guerrero with her car early Sunday morning, is claiming that her sister was actually the one behind the wheel.
Jasmin placed the blame on her sister Frances Jasmin during a meeting with police.
Frances Jasmin is currently in a psychiatric ward.
Cindy Jasmin, the owner of the car that hit City Hall staffer Erinn Phelan and her friend Alma Guerrero and who later went missing, has come forward.
Jasmin, whose smashed car was found a few blocks from the scene of the crime, "met with a lawyer for a scheduled meeting with detectives," reports the New York Post.
The young women were struck by the car early Sunday morning, leaving Phelan in critical condition with a brain injury and Guerrero with a broken collarbone.
Phelan is credited with pushing Guerrero out of the way of the oncoming car.