A woman is fighting for her life in hospital and a girl is in serious condition after a driverless car rolled down a slope and hit them.
The 13-month-old baby and the 67-year-old woman were hit by the car in a cul-de-sac in Wood Ridge, near Edgewater Drive in north Perth, at 3.30pm on Friday.
No one was inside the vehicle when it collided with the woman and baby.
A woman and 13-month-old girl were hit by a car (pictured) that rolled down a slope in Perth’s north on Friday afternoon.
The elderly woman was trapped under the car after the collision and had to be rescued by firefighters before being rushed to hospital (pictured).
Emergency crews took the baby to Perth Children’s Hospital, where the girl remains in a serious condition.
Firefighters had to remove the 67-year-old woman from under the car.
WA Fire and Emergency crews used hydraulics to lift the car so they could remove the woman from under the vehicle.
She was treated by paramedics at the scene for more than an hour before being transported to Royal Perth Hospital with critical injuries.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Royal Perth Hospital, Perth Children’s Hospital and Western Australian Police regarding the incident.
The woman was rushed to Royal Perth Hospital (pictured) after suffering serious injuries.