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A PREGNANT woman and her 11-month-old girl had a lucky escape yesterday after a car slammed into the tram stop where they were sitting.
The mother, 20, her male friend and the toddler were waiting at the Pascoe Vale South tram stop about 6 last night when the accident happened.
A Victoria Police spokesman said the woman was forced to the ground after the car hit the Bell St tram stop railing. He said the driver failed to stop and the car was found dumped in a nearby lane.
The woman was rushed to the Royal Women's Hospital with a suspected broken leg and the toddler was taken to the Royal Children's Hospital as a precaution.
A Metropolitan Ambulance spokeswoman said they were very lucky to escape serious injury.
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