A 10-month-old Kentucky baby survived with nothing more than minor scratches after an SUV crashed into her family's Madison County home.
Baby Aylinia's parents, Kenny and Shasta Enright, were in their living room when they heard screeching tires and a loud crash.
"It almost sounded like a dump truck coming out of my living room, we felt the rumble of the house moving," the girl's father Kenneth Enright told Lex18.com.
Their first thought was to check on Aylinia. When they reached her nursery, they discovered a terrifying scene -- a sports utility vehicle had crashed through the wall destroying their daughter's room. The crib where Aylinia had been sleeping was broken and under the rubble.
Kenny says when he saw the debris he was scared to even look for the girl, but something inside told him to try anyway. That's when he found the baby, alive and well.
"It's like God put a steel bubble around her, because she was just in this little hole right underneath the vehicle's front bumper," Aylinia's dad recalled.
"A police officer asked me if I named her "Miracle," he continued. I said, "no."
Kenny said the officer replied, "You should have, because it's a miracle she made it out of there alive."
Authorities say they believe the crash was an accident, adding that the driver was neither drunk nor sleepy.
In the meantime, the Enrights say their little girl has recovered quickly from the crash and is already acting like her normal self.