A speeding driver has left a two-day-old baby in critical condition after crashing into the vehicle of a couple on Champion Ring Road.

Report says a couple was heading to their home from the hospital with their newborn when the accident occurred. Authorities said the accident happened on Champion Ring Road, near Promise Hospital of Fort Myers.

Eyewitnesses said a woman, her husband and their 2-day-old baby were occupying the Toyota Sienna. The man was driving home from the hospital in their vehicle when a speeding Chevrolet car crashed into them.

The couple was not injured but the new baby was left in critical condition as a result of the impact, authorities said. Report says the baby boy was quickly rushed to the nearest hospital by EMS for treatment. He is currently in the ICU.

The driver who was driving at a high rate of speed did not suffer any injuries. He was asked to perform a field sobriety test, which he passed.  He has been taken into custody for questioning.

The couple is yet to file any complaints case against the driver and the accident in under investigation.


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