Video: Baby survives after SUV smashes into home

Image: The scene of an SUV crash
The parents say the impact of the crash shot the infant through a wall and a door frame. news services
updated 3/7/2011 9:36:41 PM ET 2011-03-08T02:36:41

A 10-month-old infant survived being tossed from her crib and through a wall and a door frame early Monday morning after an SUV drove through her family's central Kentucky home.

"It almost sounded like a dump truck coming out of my living room, we felt the rumble of the house moving," the girl's father Kenneth Enright told

Police told that the SUV driver hit a sign, then drove into the Enright's home, where three children were sleeping.

"I thought I lost my daughter," Enright told the website.

But underneath the front bumper of the SUV, wrapped in a purple blanket was Enright's daugther, scratched but otherwise OK. "You don't even know, my heart hit the floor when I thought she was gone," he told

The Enrights say the impact of the SUV carried 10-month-old Aylina through walls and a door frame.

Police believe the crash was an accident and told they don't believe the driver was intoxicated or sleepy.

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