Baby boy critical after car ploughs into pram being pushed by grandmother

A TODDLER is fighting for his life in hospital after a car ploughed into his pram as it was being pushed by his grandmother in Sydney’s south.

The horrific accident occurred at an intersection on Hannans Road in Narwee around 4.20pm on Friday.

Police said the toddler’s grandmother was pushing the pram near where Hannons Road meets Penshurst Road when it was struck by a metallic blue Nissan Pulsar.


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The two-year-old boy who was strapped in the pram was critically injured and rendered unconscious on impact.

He was rushed to Randwick Children’s Hospital where he remains this afternoon in a critical condition.

Although the toddler’s grandmother was not physically injured, she was treated at the scene for shock.

The 18-year-old man behind the wheel of the Pulsar was taken to hospital for mandatory drug and alcohol testing.

As police investigate the circumstances surrounding the accident, they are urging anyone who witnessed the collision to come forward and contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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