Baby Jonathan really is a miracle baby. He survived an horrific accident which saw Jonathan catapulted
in his car seat out of the car and into the fast lane of a motorway. He survived without a scratch. We helped Oliver sell this amazing story to The Sunday Mirror and have placed him in a top selling woman’s magazine which will be out on the shelves soon. Read how lucky baby Jonathan was below:
Six-week-old baby Jonathan Samuel falls into fast lane..and lives

Tiny tot Jonathan Samuel really is a miracle baby – after being catapulted from a car at 70mph and surviving without so much as a scratch.

The tot was in his baby seat in the back of his dad Oliver’s Vauxhall Astra when a tyre blew.

The car spun round six times before smashing into the central reservation, sending Jonathan – still strapped into his seat – flying out of the door. He then bounced along the fast lane, before being flung from his seat and coming to rest on the edge of the carriageway.

The drama happened as salesman Oliver, 31, was driving along the M6 near Wigan with wife Sadaf, daughter Shalona, 18 months, and six-week-old Jonathan.

Sadaf was in the back with Jonathan, while Shalona was in her baby seat in front. They had been visiting family in Glasgow and were heading home overnight to Croydon, Surrey.

Sadaf, 23, said: “I was asleep but woke to feel the car spinning around and the door flapping open and shut. I looked to my side and saw the car seat had gone and started shouting, ‘Where is my baby?'” Oliver leapt from the car, frantically scanning the carriageway for Jonathan. “I was screaming because I expected to find parts of him and see blood. I was looking for his body,” he said.

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Finally he spotted the crumpled car seat in the fast lane. But when he reached it, Jonathan wasn’t there. “It was like a nightmare getting worse, it was agony,” said Oliver. “Our baby was gone.”
Mangled…Jonathan bounced along motorway in this baby seat

Then Oliver heard crying and spotted a tiny bundle in the outside lane. He said: “I could see headlights coming so I ran and grabbed him and carried him back to Sadaf.”

Sadaf said: “I just grabbed the baby, bracing myself for what I might see. But there wasn’t a scratch. He was distressed but as soon as I cuddled him he fell asleep.”

Oliver called 999 and an ambulance took Jonathan to the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan, where astonished medics reported that he appeared “fit and well, alert and happy”.

At 7am he was moved to the children’s ward for observation and at 2pm doctors decided he could be discharged. A note read: “Jonathan is an extremely lucky little boy.”
Baby Jonathan really is a miracle baby. He survived an horrific accident which saw Jonathan catapulted
in his car seat out of the car and into the fast lane of a motorway. He survived without a scratch. We helped Oliver sell this amazing story to The Sunday Mirror and have placed him in a top selling woman’s magazine which will be out on the shelves soon. Read how lucky baby Jonathan was below:
Six-week-old baby Jonathan Samuel falls into fast lane..and lives

Tiny tot Jonathan Samuel really is a miracle baby – after being catapulted from a car at 70mph and surviving without so much as a scratch.

The tot was in his baby seat in the back of his dad Oliver’s Vauxhall Astra when a tyre blew.

The car spun round six times before smashing into the central reservation, sending Jonathan – still strapped into his seat – flying out of the door. He then bounced along the fast lane, before being flung from his seat and coming to rest on the edge of the carriageway.

The drama happened as salesman Oliver, 31, was driving along the M6 near Wigan with wife Sadaf, daughter Shalona, 18 months, and six-week-old Jonathan.

Sadaf was in the back with Jonathan, while Shalona was in her baby seat in front. They had been visiting family in Glasgow and were heading home overnight to Croydon, Surrey.

Sadaf, 23, said: “I was asleep but woke to feel the car spinning around and the door flapping open and shut. I looked to my side and saw the car seat had gone and started shouting, ‘Where is my baby?'” Oliver leapt from the car, frantically scanning the carriageway for Jonathan. “I was screaming because I expected to find parts of him and see blood. I was looking for his body,” he said.

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Finally he spotted the crumpled car seat in the fast lane. But when he reached it, Jonathan wasn’t there. “It was like a nightmare getting worse, it was agony,” said Oliver. “Our baby was gone.”
Mangled…Jonathan bounced along motorway in this baby seat

Then Oliver heard crying and spotted a tiny bundle in the outside lane. He said: “I could see headlights coming so I ran and grabbed him and carried him back to Sadaf.”

Sadaf said: “I just grabbed the baby, bracing myself for what I might see. But there wasn’t a scratch. He was distressed but as soon as I cuddled him he fell asleep.”

Oliver called 999 and an ambulance took Jonathan to the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan, where astonished medics reported that he appeared “fit and well, alert and happy”.

At 7am he was moved to the children’s ward for observation and at 2pm doctors decided he could be discharged. A note read: “Jonathan is an extremely lucky little boy.”