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UPDATE: Toddler 's Condition At Cooks Children's Hospital

The toddler critically injured in a vehicle accident on Henry S. Grace freeway is now stable in the ICU at Cooks Children's Hospital, according to the child's family.

The 2 year old was ejected from a vehicle Tuesday, July 12. The child's grandmother 54 year old Connie Spink passed away from injuries she suffered from that crash.

First National Bank of Wichita Falls has made an account for the toddler. Instead of remembering an account number, you can simply go to the bank and say you want to donate to the child's account.

The family says the toddler will have multiple surgeries, with a lengthy recovery ahead.

Click here to read the complete coverage of this fatal crash.

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