23rd Oct, 2017

Baby boy thrown from taxi in M6 crash

Coventry Editorial 15th Jul, 2014 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

A BABY boy was airlifted to hospital after being thrown clear of a taxi involved in a crash on the M6.

The two-month-old was treated for serious head injuries after the crash near junction two of the motorway, near Coventry, on the northbound carriageway.

Three other children were also taken to hospital after the smash, which happened at around 6.10pm last night (Monday).

A two-year-old boy and two girls, aged three and six, were all treated for minor injuries while a woman in her 30s was treated for back pain. The father of the injured baby was uninjured in the incident and travelled with the youngster to Coventry University Hospital.

Three ambulances and other emergency vehicles attended the crash along with the Warwickshire Air Ambulance.


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