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Three-month-old baby killed in Cutler Bay crash and six others injured as horror images show heartbroken victim

A BABY was killed in a car crash in Florida that sent six others to the hospital.

A black Toyota sedan crashed into the rear of a silver Ford sedan on the Florida Turnpike in Cutler Bay early Sunday morning.

The infant was taken to the hospital and later pronounced dead

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The infant was taken to the hospital and later pronounced deadSource: WSVN7
A squad car at the scene was hit by another car

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A squad car at the scene was hit by another carSource: WSVN7
The officer and the driver of the Ford are expected to be fine

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The officer and the driver of the Ford are expected to be fineSource: WSVN7

The Florida Highway Patrol said there were a total of four people in the Toyota, including a three-month-old and a one-year-old, reports WSVN.

All four passengers were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital. The three-month-old was later pronounced dead.

Only one male driver was in the Ford, who was also taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

After the crash, authorities were responding to a call around 5:40 a.m. when another vehicle crashed into a Miami-Dade Police cruiser blocking the entrance to the turnpike while it was assisting with the crash.

Both the officer and the driver were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital as a precaution and are expected to be fine.

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5344382/florida-crash-car-cutler-bay/ Three-month-old baby killed in Cutler Bay crash and six others injured as horror images show heartbroken victim

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