Fresno toddler pinned inside apartment building after car crash
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A car crashed into an apartment building in East Central Fresno. It happened at the intersection of Sylmar and Olive.
Witnesses say a 2-year-old who was inside of the building was pinned inside and rescued by neighbors.
Fresno police say a car hit another vehicle, and then careened into the apartment complex leaving a five to six foot hole.
The two suspects who were in the car took off shortly after the crash. Investigators are looking for two men who were inside that car.
The 2-year-old is recovering right now at Community Regional Medical Center and is expected to survive.
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