Woman accused of driving on after tot tumbles from car
A Tennessee woman has been jailed for child abuse after Nashville authorities say she failed to notice that her unrestrained toddler had tumbled out of her car as it rounded a curve.
The child suffered cuts and bruises and was rescued from the street by several passersby. LarHonda McMillan also faces charges of child neglect, reckless endangerment and driving under the influence. She's being held on 79-thousand dollars' bond.
Witnesses report seeing the toddler -- believed to be about two years old -- jumping up and down just before he fell out of the vehicle. McMillan told a judge that she's been under a lot of stress and is also battling cocaine addiction.
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