12 Month Old Critically Injured In Head On NW 103rd St. Collision In Miami

Authorities report a 12 month old boy was critically injured after being involved in a traffic accident in Miami.

According to the news release by the officials, the crash happened on Northwest 103rd Street and 17th Avenue.  A Honda Civic, driven by a woman identified to be in her early thirties, changed lanes to pass another car. There was a pickup stopped and waiting to turn left.

The driver of the Honda Civic swerved around the pickup truck into oncoming traffic and collided head on with another car. The second car was  driven by a 25 year old woman with the 12 month old boy in the backseat.

The woman and her baby were seriously injured from the impact of the collision. They were both taken to a nearby hospital. The driver of the Honda Civic sustained moderate injuries and was taken to the hospital.

An investigation is still ongoing. No other details were immediately released by the officials.

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