When the phrase "I-95 crash baby" starts trending across all major search engines and social media sites, it's going to catch your attention. CBS reported on July 9, 2014, that a crash on I-95 near Philadelphia International Airport left four people injured, including a young baby, and one of the vehicles involved actually flipped over.
NewsMax said that the baby was just seven months old.
One woman in her mid-20's and the baby are said to be in stable condition following the accident on I-95. They were both transferred to Hahnemann Hospital.
Only two vehicles were said to have been involved in the I-95 crash, and the baby was one of those that ended up with the least amount of injuries.
A second woman was taken to nearby Jefferson Hospital in stable condition, but a man in his 20's was reported to have been ejected from a vehicle in the accident. Police reports state he was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and that he was on trauma alert.
The I-95 crash involving the baby and three others is currently under investigation by state troopers and police. The accident happened in the southbound lanes near Island Avenue and aerial shots from news helicopters had shown one red vehicle flipped over on the side of the road.
The red SUV was up-righted by a tow truck on the side of the road.
The crash actually happened around 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday evening. As of Wednesday afternoon, there were no updates on any of those involved in the I-95 crash. The two women and the baby were said to have been treated and released on Tuesday evening, but the young male was stated to remain at the hospital for some time.