Transcript for Baby Survives 14 Hours in Upside Down Car Submerged in River
His family repealing to governments to resolve the case. A baby girl found alive 14 hours after the car she was riding in plunged into a frigid river. ABC's Clayton Sandell tells us how the toddler was found. Reporter: This morning 18-month-old Lilly is fighting for her life given a second chance. The vehicle is submerged. One person in the vehicle. They don't appear to be moving. Lilly was headed home with her mother when police say her car careened off this road landing upside down in a river underneath the bridge hidden from view. By the time a fisherman happened to stumble on the crash, it was about 14 hours later. Lilly's mother, 25-year-old Jennifer grossback was killed but her toddler survived trapped in upside down inches away from water so cold it sent three police officers and four firefighters to the hospital with hypothermia. The baby was submerged under water. I reached in and pulled her up out of the water and trying to unbuckle the car seat with the other hand. Lilly is now in critical but stable condition. Her family says doctors are hopeful this tiny survivor will recover. For "Good morning America," Clayton Sandell ABC news, Denver.
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