BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) -An infant was air-lifted to the hospital after a bad car accident in Bainbridge.
Police say a yellow Dodge Neon was driving east on Highway 84 around 3:30 Friday afternoon when the driver of a white pick-up truck turned left going south on College Road and T-boned the car with two adults and three children inside.
The two-year-old girl was in the back seat, passengers side where the truck stuck. The car rolled over and spun several times.
The child and the driver, Heather Strickland , were air-lifted to a hospital in Florida.
Strickland suffered a Broken neck. The infant is in stable condition. The passenger, Mark Strickland, and the two other girls in the back seat are expected to be okay.
Possible charges against the 17-year-old pick-up truck driver are still pending.
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