‘He ran over her;’ 911 caller details moments after woman, baby hit by car in Dayton

DAYTON — A woman and child were taken to the hospital after reportedly being hit by a car in Dayton Wednesday.

Around 6:45 p.m. Dayton, police and medics were called to the 2800 block of East Third Street to reports of a crash involving a pedestrian, according to Montgomery County Regional Dispatch.

Dispatch notes indicate that a woman holding a baby was hit by a car.

Medics took one to Miami Valley Hospital and another to Dayton Children’s Hospital.

Information about the condition of the woman and child was not available.

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In a 911 call obtained by News Center 7, a witness tells dispatchers what she saw as a baby can be heard crying in the background.

“A lady was outside with her kids, I don’t know if it was her husband or boyfriend but he ran her over,” the caller tells dispatchers.

The dispatcher asks if the baby that is crying was also run over.

The caller asks a woman in the background who replies “I think so, yes.”

The woman in the background can be heard telling the caller the man who allegedly hit her was her boyfriend.

The caller tells dispatchers the direction she saw the driver who hit the woman take off.

She said the car ran over the woman’s left leg and there was blood on the back of the baby’s shirt.

The call ends as officers arrive on the scene.

At this time, police have not confirmed any details about the suspects or what led up to the crash.

We are working to learn more and will update as new information becomes available.