A 16-month-old boy in Australia miraculously survived a car accident where he sustained upper cervical fracture. He had to undergo surgery to re-attach the bones between his head and neck. This was a surgery that carries high medical risk for someone this young.
The boy, Jaxon Taylor, was in the car with his older sister and mum when another car recklessly crashed into their car. His sister had also sustained vertebral fracture which required spine surgery. Jaxon is now going through rehabilitation and physiotherapy after his own surgery.