Lincoln Fire and Rescue Crews had to use the jaws of life to pull two people out of a car after a crash.
The head on collision happened near 27th and Fairfield around 8:45 p.m. Monday.
Officials said both drivers had to be extricated from their cars.
Melvin Grayer, who first came upon the crash, told 10/11 he arrived on scene and asked a driver if he could help. The driver passed her baby though a window since no doors would open.
Grayer said he held the baby, talking to her until she was cooing and giggling. Grayer said she did not have any visible injuries.
Emergency crews took the women driving the cars and the baby to Bryan West. The driver of the blue car was treated and released. The mother and infant were admitted but officials say their injuries are non-life threatening.
Lincoln Police Sergeant Randy Clark said it appears the red Cadillac drifted across the road in front of the blue car.
Clark said they do not know if speed, alcohol or drugs were a factor in the accident. They are still investigating.