Baby Gets Flung From Car in Russian Accident - Miraculously Escapes Unscathed

There is a reason why virtually all new cars have some sort of child seat-mounting preparation (Isofix), because children under a certain age really need the special seats, to fully benefit from new cars' extensive list of safety features. Otherwise, you negate the millions which went into the development of the safety features, in the first place.
If toddlers or small children are not restrained, they can easily be flung out of the car, in the event of a crash.

This is exactly what happened in this crash, from Russia, where a very young girl can be seen flying out of the broken rear window of the silver SUV (possibly a Mitsubishi Outlander), as it slides and comes in contact with an oncoming truck.

Thankfully, the drivers in the oncoming lane see the baby on the road, and are able to go around, and avoid disaster. This is a case of bad parenting, because as the parent of a very young kid, you really must have a child seat and use it.
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