Infant In Unstable Condition After Car Crashes Into Home
- Doug Zanes
- July 22, 2019 Car Accidents
ABC 15 in Phoenix reports that a one-year-old child has been rushed to the hospital in unstable condition after a car accident crashed into a home on Sunday night.
Emergency crews responded to an accident that happened on 83rd Avenue and Indian School Road at approximately 9:15 p.m. in West Phoenix on Sunday, July 21st. Firefighters found a vehicle upside down in the garage of a home with a 21-year-old man, a 17-year-old girl and a one-year-old infant trapped inside the vehicle.
The man and girl were able to get out of the vehicle on their own, while rescuers were able to extricate the infant. All three were taken to an area hospital treatment. A spokesperson for the Phoenix Fire Department said in a statement that the infant is in unstable condition.
The occupants of the home that the vehicle crashed into were at home at the time of the accident; however, no one who was inside the house was injured.
Phoenix Police Department investigators are still currently investigating the cause of the crash. Authorities have not yet ruled out possible impairment.
No further information has been released regarding the identities or current conditions of those who were in the crash at this time.
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