A 2 year old was critically injured after being involved in a SUV rollover crash which occurred on the Westside in Jacksonville.

According to the news report by the Florida Highway Patrol, the child was not restrained at the time of the crash. The toddler who was in the arms of the passenger and was ejected from the vehicle. The Toyota 4runner flipped multiple times at the intersection of 103rd Street and Old Middleburg Road.

The crash happened when a Dodge Caliber was exiting the Sunoco gas station parking lot and made an improper right turn, cutting off the Toyota SUV. In an attempt to avoid a crash, the driver of the SUV swerved, lost control and overturned several times.

Four adults and two children between ages of 2 and 8 months were in the overturned vehicle. Both the driver and his passengers were taken to UF Health where the toddler is said to be in critical but stable condition.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that left six people injured, including two children.  This crash reminds us that everyone should wear a seat belt and children should be securely fastened in child safety seats when traveling in a vehicle.  We wish everyone involved a speedy recovery from this crash.”

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