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Woman and toddler are hurt in accident

A medical helicopter prepares to lift off with child who was injured in an auto-pedestrian accident in Taylorsville.<BR>
A medical helicopter prepares to lift off with child who was injured in an auto-pedestrian accident in Taylorsville.
Scott G. Winterton, Deseret Morning News

A 3-year-old child was airlifted from the scene of an auto-pedestrian crash Thursday in Taylorsville.

The child was taken from the scene of the 8:30 p.m. crash in critical condition, according to Salt Lake County sheriff's dispatchers. A 28-year-old woman was taken by ambulance to a local hospital.

Other details of the accident were not immediately available. The auto-pedestrian accident happened at 1336 W. Bluemont Drive (6460 South), only a few blocks from the site of a crash Sept. 18 that killed Jorge "Teto" Almeida-Robles, 9, and his sister Yanira J. Robles, 5. Their 6-year-old brother Christopher Robles was also critically injured and is recovering at Primary Children's Medical Center.