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An 18-month-old toddler is in a critical condition after her father has turned his car over her (stock)

Baby girl, 18 months, fights for hospital life after her father turned her on a driveway in what, according to the police, a & # 39; tragic error & # 39; used to be

  • An 18-month-old girl is in a critical condition after her father has turned her over
  • A QLD police spokesperson said the father heard his daughter's cries for help
  • The incident is being treated by investigators as a & # 39; tragic accident & # 39;
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An 18-month-old girl is fighting for life after her father accidentally turned her around while she was in a driveway.

The incident took place around one afternoon around a property in Roma, in Outback Queensland.

A police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that the father heard his daughter's cries for help after she was hit.

An 18-month-old toddler is in a critical condition after her father has turned his car over her (stock)

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An 18-month-old toddler is in a critical condition after her father has turned his car over her (stock)

She suffered critical injuries to her upper body and was taken to Roma Hospital before being flown to Queensland Children's Hospital.

A hospital spokeswoman said the girl is currently in a critical but stable state.

Roma patrol inspector Ray Vine told it Courier Mail the incident is treated as a tragic accident.

& # 39; I spoke briefly with the father on the spot and it is a very tragic situation, & # 39; Inspector Vine said.

& # 39; There was another child in the car at the time and he had carried out numerous checks behind the vehicle. & # 39;

She suffered critical injuries to her upper body and was taken to the Roma hospital by paramedics before being flown to Queensland Children's & # 39; s Hospital (photo)

She suffered critical injuries to her upper body and was taken to the Roma hospital by paramedics before being flown to Queensland Children's & # 39; s Hospital (photo)

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She suffered critical injuries to her upper body and was taken to the Roma hospital by paramedics before being flown to Queensland Children's & # 39; s Hospital (photo)

Inspector Vine said the police are investigating how and why the child was in the driveway.

& # 39; There is nothing to indicate at the moment that someone has done something wrong; it's just a tragic mistake, & inspector Vine said.

He encouraged people to look after children while driving.

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