A two-week-old baby has died in the United Kingdom after a auto mounted the footpath, colliding with his pram earlier today.
Ciaran Leigh Morris was with a family member when a BMW is understood to have collided with another vehicle in High Street, Brownhills in England.
On Monday evening, police said James Paul Davis, 34, has been charged with causing death by risky driving and causing death by driving while uninsured.
The baby was on the footpath being pushed in a pram when the horror accident occurred and he suffered serious injuries. Besides the child's horrific death, a relative also suffered a shoulder injury, nobody else was injured.
Flowers, cards and soft toys have been left in tribute at the scene of the collision, where damage to a brick wall can be seen next to Nannza Pizza and Retribution Tattoo. As for now, the section of the street where the unfortunate incident took place has been closed so investigation can be done.
A two-week-old baby has died following a fatal collision on Brownhills' High Street.
Ciaran suffered serious injuries and while he was rushed to hospital, nothing could be done to save him, police said.
After the initial collision, the BMW then careened into the baby's pram at around 4pm yesterday, West Midlands Police said.
He has been taken into custody and will be questioned on suspicion of causing death by risky driving.
The route is likely to remain blocked throughout the evening.
'We're in the process of speaking to witnesses and establishing the circumstances around this collision.
"I would ask people to please respect the family at this sad time and allow them the privacy to grieve". I would ask anyone who was in the area, and has information which can assist our enquiries, to come forward.
Police are still keen to hear from anyone who was in the area and may have dash cam footage, either before or at the time of the collision.