Car Seats Credited With Saving Two Babies From Injuries In Wreck

May 3, 2016

Two babies in two different vehicles escaped injury in a Monday wreck in Cantonment.

The driver of a car apparently rear-ended a pickup truck on Highway 297A near Kingsfield Road.

Properly installed car seats were credited with preventing injuries a 2½ month old and a 9 month old involved in the accident.

Further details on the crash have not been released by the Florida Highway Patrol. Escambia County EMS and the Cantonment Station of Escambia Fire Rescue also responded to the crash.

Photos by Kristi Barbour for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “Car Seats Credited With Saving Two Babies From Injuries In Wreck”

  1. Bob C. on May 3rd, 2016 12:49 pm

    WOW….So glad that nobody was injured in this accident.
    Proves the value of good, properly installed car seats and seat belts for adults.

    That’s a fine bumper hitch on what’s pretty much a YELLOW truck.
    Truck looks in decent shape.

    Thankful no serious hurts.





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