Baby thrown from car, found under house and lives

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — A little baby was thrown 15 feet out of a crashed car and survived. The 16-month-old was in the hospital on Wednesday, recovering from the hit and run crash.  

A driver ran into the infant’s mother’s car in St. Petersburg, sending the baby flying out of the rear window. Moments later, a neighbor spotted the baby boy underneath a house.  

“I was going to actually cut a hole in my floor with a saw to pull him straight out, because I was very concerned for the child,” said homeowner Joshua Pegues.  

The boy was given CPR and taken to the hospital. He is expected to be okay.


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2 Responses to Baby thrown from car, found under house and lives

  1. hot_banana says:

    wow! lucky baby for surviving the crash. i feel for him that his mom is gone. i hope they catch the other driver.

  2. Trinity13 says:

    I’m just upset that the baby wasn’t buckled in to begin with.

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