A child in Switzerland survived after being driven over twice by a car, police reported on Saturday.
When the boy’s mother shouted out at the 53-year-old man, he put the car in reverse and rolled over him a second time, police spokesperson Adrian Bieri told dpa.
The boy sustained bone fractures, but he remained conscious and responsive after the accident, according to the spokesperson.
A photo of the car showed that the driver had only cleared a small section of his windscreen of ice.
The man’s driving license was revoked.
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