A small child is "miraculously" alive after being launched from a car onto the street due to a collision, according to Winter Haven, Florida, authorities. A news release from the Winter Haven Police Department outlined the situation in detail, including full surveillance video of the incident. Crash along Hwy 17 in Winter Haven on Sunday results in a two year-old being ejected from the back window. Miraculously, child received minor injuries. On March 25, 23-year-old Arteshia Cowart was at a stop sign with two young children, aged two and three, in the backseat of her Buick LeSabre.
There are several new shows starting to get you through the middle of the week, and reality fans in particular have plenty to look forward to on Wednesday, Oct. 5. E! will bring two new shows, but you might know the stars already. "Total Bellas" is a spinoff from "Total Divas" following Nikki and Brie Bella. The new series will focus on the WWE stars' lives outside the ring with their friends and family. In the premiere, Brie moves into John Cena's house to help care for her sister after surgery. After that, another athlete will be shown off on "Catching Kelce."
A three-year-old boy suffered a head injury when a plasterboard wall fell on him in a carpet shop. He had trouble breathing when emergency services were called to Frank's Flooring Store in Darlington on Sunday. It was thought the boy was trying to climb the plasterboard wall when it fell on top of him, Durham Police said. The force said his injuries were not life-threatening and he was in a stable condition. He was kept in hospital overnight as a precaution.
UKIP leadership hopeful Steven Woolfe was taken to hospital following an altercation at a meeting of party MEPs, interim leader Nigel Farage has said. In a statement he said Mr Woolfe had "subsequently collapsed" and his "condition is serious". Mr Woolfe, MEP for the North West, was taken to hospital in Strasbourg for tests. Mr Woolfe announced on Wednesday he will stand for the party's leadership after Diane James stepped down. In his statement, Mr Farage said: "I deeply regret that following an altercation that took place at a meeting of UKIP MEPs this morning that Steven Woolfe subsequently collapsed and was taken to hospital.