Police Rescue 2-Month-Old Baby From Car Crash in Miami

Police officers in Miami, Florida, recently rescued a 2-month-old baby from a car crash and believe the driver and the baby's mother may have overdosed on heroin, according to the Miami Police Department.
0:46 | 09/13/16

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Tonight this port breaking image coming out of Miami a police officer comforting an infant his two month old baby girl reunited with her father after she was involved. In a two vehicle accident. Now at first responders arrived they found the child on the side of the road still in her or see. Her mother also on the ground but unconscious in the childhood here to be somewhat. Wait. Very hot there it's way the child her mother and an unidentified driver were all rushed to the hospital. Late this afternoon sky ten above a firehouse where the child was reunited with her father. Right now police are trying to determine if drugs possibly here when played a role in this crash. Tour of the individuals including the driver in the vehicle adults were incoherent we don't know there were under the influence of drugs alcohol or maybe we'll pull it that much.

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