A Country Walk family is breathing a huge sigh of relief Tuesday morning after an SUV plowed into their sleeping toddler's bedroom, and amazingly, the child walked away without a scratch.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue were called to the scene at Southwest 152nd Court around 10:45 p.m. Monday night.
There, the found a Jeep that had barreled through the front wall of the home.
The family tells NBC 6 that they were woken up by a loud screeching noise. They immediately went to the 4-year-old toddler's room and saw that the Jeep had plowed right into his bedroom, pushing his bed clear across the room.
SUV Plows Into House, Narrowly Misses Sleeping Toddler
The boy, however, was under the covers and untouched.
"It was very smokey, dust all over the place, debris, glass," says Eric Stemen, the boy's father. "Just thank God he was not harmed."
MDFR says no one was taken to the hospital, and that the boy walked away from the crash with no injuries.
The driver was not transported to the hospital, but the family tells NBC 6 they did see her across the street following the accident receiving care from paramedics.
It is not yet known if the driver will face any charges related to the accident.
This is a developing story and will be updated as new information becomes available.