Mar 7, 2011 5:14 PM
It's something most adults wouldn't survive, a baby is tossed through a wall and a door frame. It happened Monday morning after and SUV drove through a Madison County home.
Kenneth Enright says the sound and the sight of an SUV driving through the house at 4:00 a.m. will stay with him for a long time.
"It almost sounded like a dump truck coming out of my living room, we felt the rumble of the house moving," says Enright.
Police say a man, whose 48th birthday also happened to be today, hit a sign, then drove right into the Enright's home, where three little girls slept.
"I thought I lost my daughter," says Enright.
The Enrights say the impact of the SUV shot little 10-month-old Aylina through walls, through 2-by-4's and through a door frame.
"You don't even know, my heart hit the floor when I thought she was gone," says Enright.
But underneath the number of the SUV, wrapped tightly in a purple blanket was the smiling but scratched face of their little one. "It could happen to anybody, just sucks it happened in your own front yard," Enright says.
Police say they don't believe the driver was intoxicated or sleepy. They're looking at it as purely an accident.