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Two-year-old boy seriously injured in Arizona accident

A golf cart accident in Prescott Arizona has seriously injured a two-year-old child, according to the Daily Courier. Two other relatives were hurt in the incident as well.

The Arizona golf cart crash occurred when the child’s 62-year-old grandfather who was driving the cart loss control in the 1400 block of Lucky Draw Lane. His wife and three grandchildren were on board with them.

The Prescott Valley Police Department is reporting that after he lost control the golf car flipped over. The boy was airlifted to a Phoenix hospital after the accident. While the injuries are serious, they are not believed to be life-threatening.

The driver’s wife, age 61, and the two other grandchildren, both age 4, were taken to Yavapai Regional Medical Center West Campus. Their injuries were also non-life-threatening.

There was reportedly some indication that the scene that there may have been a mechanical failure on the golf part.

The police department is continuing their investigation, and it is believed that drugs and/or alcohol did not play a role in the accident.

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