CHICAGO - A year after being shot in the head, a Chicago woman and her family gathered to celebrate her 37th birthday.
The biggest surprise of the day was a visit from the Chicago police officer credited for helping save her life.
Alisha Hill was inside her West Englewood home when a stray bullet struck her last year.
Sgt. Rudy Vargas and his team were investigating a nearby shooting and noticed a small bullet hole in her window.
They decided to do a well-being check and they found Hill bleeding on the floor.
Her family says that single observation is what saved Hill's life.
The now 37-year-old has spent the last year re-learning how to walk and talk.