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Toddler strapped into a car seat flies out of a vehicle

Shocking dashcam video shows the moment a toddler strapped into a car seat flies out of the vehicle after her mother failed to fasten her seat properly, before her mom drives off as other motorists try to flag her down

  • The two-year-old girl toppled out of the rear left door of the car as her mother veered around a corner in Mankato, Minnesota on Monday 
  • The shocking incident was captured on Chad Cheddar Mock’s dashcam as he was driving behind them
  • It showed the girl,  dressed in a pink jacket and gray tights, falling from the car 
  • The seat miraculously landed on its side and the girl was not injured
  • The car then stops at a green traffic light, the door shuts and mom drives off 
  • The mother eventually returned to the scene 20 minutes later when she realized her daughter and her car seat were missing 
  • Cops have asked the County Attorney’s Office to consider charging the mother with child endangerment

Horrifying dashcam video has captured the moment a toddler who was still strapped into her car seat flew out of a moving car after her mother failed to properly fasten the seat. 

The two-year-old girl toppled out of the rear left door of the car as her mother veered around a corner in Mankato, Minnesota on Monday. 

The shocking incident was captured on Chad Cheddar Mock’s dashcam as he was driving behind the mother’s car at about 11.45am. 

The two-year-old girl toppled out of the rear left door of the car as her mother veered around a corner in Mankato, Minnesota on Monday

It showed the girl, who dressed in a pink jacket and gray tights, falling from car as it slowly veered around a bend in the road. 

The seat miraculously landed on its side and the girl did not appear to hit the ground. 

The car braked momentarily at the traffic lights a few feet away despite having a green signal. 

When the door of the car was shut, the car drove off and left the little girl in the middle of the road. 

Mock was captured on his dashcam jumping out of his own vehicle and trying to wave down the mother.

The video showed the girl, who dressed in a pink jacket and gray tights, falling from car as it slowly veered around a bend in the road

The video showed the girl, who dressed in a pink jacket and gray tights, falling from car as it slowly veered around a bend in the road

The seat miraculously landed on its side and the girl did not appear to hit the ground. The mother's car appeared to brake after she fell from the car despite having a green signal

The seat miraculously landed on its side and the girl did not appear to hit the ground. The mother’s car appeared to brake after she fell from the car despite having a green signal

When the door of the car was shut, the car drove off and left the little girl in the middle of the road

When the door of the car was shut, the car drove off and left the little girl in the middle of the road

He stopped traffic so he could safely carry the child off the road in her car seat. 

First responders examined the little girl and found that she had not been injured in the ordeal. 

Police said the toddler was properly buckled in her child seat but the seat had not been fastened correctly inside the car. 

It is not clear how the car door managed to fly open. 

The girl’s mother eventually returned to the scene 20 minutes later when she realized her daughter and the car seat were missing. 

Police have asked the Blue Earth County Attorney’s Office to consider charging the mother with child endangerment and not fastening a child restraint system.   

Chad Cheddar Mock, who captured the incident on his dashcam, jumped out of his car to try and flag down the mother as she drove off

Chad Cheddar Mock, who captured the incident on his dashcam, jumped out of his car to try and flag down the mother as she drove off

The driver behind stopped traffic so he could safely carry the child off the road in her car seat

The driver behind stopped traffic so he could safely carry the child off the road in her car seat

 

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