A 3-month-old baby boy survived a crash in Mexico that killed both his parents and his sister.
The boy was pulled from the wreckage of a car driven by his father, who was on the side of the road, and his aunt who was driving.
The girl, who is a year younger, was still inside the car, the New York Post reported.
“My dad was in the car and we had been texting him about the crash, and he told me he could see a baby inside,” Maria Flores said, according to the Associated Press.
Flores said she and her brother, Luis, were sitting in the back seat when the car careened off the road and into a ravine.
Flores was injured in the crash and spent six weeks in the hospital, according the AP.
“I have never been so scared in my life,” Flores said.
The baby survived the crash with only minor injuries, but Flores said her mother-in-law was severely injured.
The mother-and-daughter pair said they are not trying to make a quick buck by selling the car to tourists.
“We are not making a lot of money,” Flores told the Associated Post.
“It is the family business, and we have been here all our lives, and this is the first time we are selling it.”
They hope to move the car on their own, the AP reported.