The man who's suspected in a Brooklyn crash that killed a young Hasidic couple and their premature baby is apparently ready to surrender. “My heart goes out to them,” Julio Acevedo said Tuesday in a phone call with the New York Daily News. “I didn’t know they died until I saw the news.” Acevedo, who has a long rap sheet including a manslaughter conviction, is obtaining a lawyer before surrendering. He told the Daily News that he was fleeing from gunshots when he hit the cab hired to take Nachman Glauber and his wife, Raizel, to the hospital on Sunday. He says he fled the scene because he was scared someone was shooting at him.