Man Saves Toddler On I-80
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Cheyenne man is credited with helping save the life of a 2-year-old who ended up on Interstate 80 after being thrown from a wreck.
The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports that Travis Daniels and his father Ray Daniels were driving on I-80 near Pine Bluffs on Tuesday when they saw a car seat in the middle of the highway. The girl was still strapped to it.
Ray Daniels said his son moved the girl out of traffic and he called for help.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol says the car the toddler was in drifted off the side of the highway and rolled three times.
The driver, Cindy Sprey, was in critical condition and passenger, Clay Holmes, of Gering, Neb, was in good condition Tuesday.
The toddler's condition wasn't known.