This is the innocent face of the premature two-week-old baby boy killed when an untaxed BMW driver ‘lost control’ and slammed a mother and her pram into a wall on a busy high street.
The baby, named by relatives as Ciaran, was killed in the collision at around 4pm on Easter Sunday. The driver fled the crash site in Brownhills, Walsall, but 34-year-old man was arrested around four miles away in Bloxwich shortly afterwards. He is being held on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
The baby was killed in the collision in front of his parents Camaron Morris and Codie Holyman, who were left ‘hysterical’. Police believe the tragedy happened after the BMW1 Series crashed into a Ford B-Max before ploughing onto the pavement and pinning the mother and baby against a wall.
The driver of the white BMW has not paid road tax since October 22, according to DVLA records seen by MailOnline. It has an up to date MOT.