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Friday, February 28, 2014
A Barker woman is facing charges following a one-car accident on Quaker Road on Wednesday.

According to a report filed by the Niagara County Sheriff's Office, 31-year-old Lynette Delacruz, 1701 Quaker Road., was traveling northbound on Quaker Road in the Town of Hartland when the vehicle overturned.

Also in the vehicle were a 32-year-old Barker man and a four-month-old child.

The report states that when a passerby arrived on scene, all three subjects were inside the vehicle. The infant was laying inside the vehicle on the roof of the car, not in a safety seat. However, "when the car seat was removed the shoulder harnesses and center buckles were still intact and buckled. This indicated that (the infant) was not in the car seat prior to the accident," the report states.

Delacruz told police that the infant was in the car seat and must have fallen out. Her passenger, however, said that he was holding the infant prior to and during the accident and that she was not in the car seat.

The four-month-old was taken by ambulance to Women's and Children's Hospital. Patrol reported the incident to Child Protective Services. Charges are pending.

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