Car Seats Credited With Saving Infant, Toddler In Bratt Rollover Crash

January 28, 2023

Car seats are being credited with saving two young children in a serious t-bone rollover crash Friday afternoon in Bratt.

The driver of a GMC Yukon was reportedly northbound on North Pine Barren Road when he pulled from a stop sign into the path of a Nissan Rogue that was westbound on Highway 168. The front of the Yukon collided with the passenger side of the Nissan. The Nissan rotated multiple times before rolling over, coming to rest on its roof. The Yukon, which was pulling a utility trailer, crashed into two road signs.

The adult female driver of the Nissan, a 9-month infant and a toddler were transported to Sacred Heart Hospital by Escambia County EMS for evaluation. The driver of the Yukon, a male in his 60s, and his dog were not injured.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol and witnesses, the infant and toddler were restrained in properly installed car seats. Multiple first responders agreed that the car seats saved the children from serious injury.

FHP is continuing their investigation. The Walnut Hill and Century stations of Escambia County Fire Rescue responded.

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Comments

9 Responses to “Car Seats Credited With Saving Infant, Toddler In Bratt Rollover Crash”

  1. J.S on January 28th, 2023 3:05 pm

    That God theres still good parents….and @ christine you’re so right i see it all the time kids NOT in car seat…..I never moved out of my driveway unless mine were in one…and a good one that parents say well they unbuckle it….Then pull the car over and bust that A**

  2. cj on January 28th, 2023 1:16 pm

    So thankful they are ok. The driver of the Yukon probably did not see them because they were obscured by the front sturt between the side window and the windshield.

  3. Charles Bonds on January 28th, 2023 12:25 pm

    Thank God all are safe. Seat belts and toddler seats save lives.

  4. Christine on January 28th, 2023 12:17 pm

    Great Job, Mama for buckling them in correctly! I see so many vehicles with small children riding in people’s laps and unrestrained while I’m in my daily routes.

  5. EMD on January 28th, 2023 11:01 am

    Thank God. Many die from less than this.

  6. The Ryals on January 28th, 2023 10:14 am

    Thank you,Lord God Almighty for putting your Loving Arms around our babies and their Mommie and keeping them safeā€¦.

  7. Leslie on January 28th, 2023 10:01 am

    Thank you, Jesus, for protecting this family.

  8. Thank God on January 28th, 2023 8:25 am

    Thank the LORD that they are safe. And thank the engineers who invinted such safe carseats.

  9. Molino resident on January 28th, 2023 8:21 am

    Thank you Jesus, I m glad everyone is alright! That is some Really Good News!!





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