I-95 Crash: Baby And Three Others Injured In Philadelphia Accident When Cars Flipped Over

In an I-95 crash a baby and three other people were injured when a car crash caused one of the vehicles to flip over when driving near Philadelphia International Airport.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, a motorcycle crash at 140 MPH was caught on video from a first person view because the driver was wearing a GoPro Camera when the accident occurred.

Now authorities say the car accident involved four people and two vehicles. The I-95 crash’s baby is said to be only seven months old and the mother is in her twenties.

Both the mother and child were said to be in stable condition when they were taken to Hahnemann Hospital. A second woman was taken to Jefferson Hospital in stable condition. Unfortunately, another man in his twenties was ejected from his vehicle during the I-95 and he was listed as being a trauma alert as he was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

While the I-95 crash is still under investigation, police say the two vehicles collided while in the soutbound lanes near Island Avenue. The collision caused one of the two vehicles to flip over.


But another I-95 crash in Florida happened the same day and involved something a bit stranger:

“Troopers say the truck hauling more than 30,000 pounds of Red Bull was heading north when the driver tried to move over to the center lane because another truck was disabled on the shoulder of the road. When the driver swerved back into the outside lane, his truck sideswiped the parked vehicle. The trailer on the first truck ripped open and the energy drink spilled onto the road.”

The good news is that no one was injured in this Red Bull I-95 crash.