Police in Mankato, Minn., responded to a call on Monday reporting a child in the middle of a roadway after the toddler, still strapped to a auto seat, had toppled out of the vehicle as it rounded a bend in the road. Witness Chad Mock was driving behind the auto.
Chad Mock was driving through Mankato in the USA state of Minnesota on Monday when he spotted the young child motionless in the street.
A 2-year-old girl in a vehicle seat flew out from the side of a moving auto on Monday in Minnesota, and the moment was captured in a dash cam video of a driver who rushed to save the child.
Police say the case will go to the county attorney's office for consideration of charges of child endangerment.
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On Mock's Facebook page, he wrote, "If it didn't happen in front of me I'd never have believed it". That is when the vehicle's left rear door swings open, and a child strapped into a restraint seat tumbles onto the pavement.
The child was examined by public safety and ambulance staff and found not to be injured. Mock tells KMSP-TV a woman later walked back to get the toddler.
It is believed the girl was properly strapped into the seat, however, the capsule itself was not sufficiently secured inside the auto. Officials say the child's mother was driving the vehicle. Detectives said she was the one driving at the time.
It is not known how the vehicle door opened.