With A Little Toddler In The Backseat, A Colorado Mother Slams Her SUV Into A Wall: Know More Here

Charges of child abuse have been brought against a mother from Colorado who allegedly crashed her SUV into a retaining wall with her 4-year-old child in the backseat, leaving it dangling dangerously.

With A Little Toddler In The Backseat, A Colorado Mother Slams Her SUV Into A Wall: Know More Here

The Boulder Police Department released body camera footage that captured the moment that firefighters and police saved a 4-year-old child following a serious crash.

According to the authorities, the two cops were sent to a crash scene on Tuesday night at 30th Street and Valmont Road to inspect a car that was hanging “precariously” on a retaining wall.

The first responders can be seen hurrying to the SUV and finding the Lexus SUV fast in body camera footage.

“Upon arrival, the crew found the vehicle unstably positioned along a retaining wall with the adult driver still inside,” police wrote in an X post.

The silver SUV was stabilized by officers from Boulder Fire & Rescue and the Boulder Police Department cooperating.

According to authorities, the woman and her child were able to safely exit the SUV when first responders stabilized the hood.

“Luckily, both passengers were unharmed. Incidents like this involve many moving pieces (sometimes literally) and vehicle extrication is a skill that BFR firefighters routinely practice and use,” the department said.

The motorist was accused of child abuse, reckless endangerment, and irresponsible driving, according to Boulder police.

In addition, authorities are looking into the likelihood that the driver experienced a “medical event,” according to police.

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