A six-week-old baby injured in a roll-over crash in Aurora is expected to make a full recovery.
The Denver Post reported Wednesday that Lizbeth McComas' neck brace has been removed and she's able to eat.
She was riding in a car seat in a car with her mother, Shalimar McComas, early Monday when they were rear-ended by a Jeep. Shalimar McComas suffered minor injuries.
They had had just dropped off Jason McComas for work at the Big Lots store in Parker when the accident happened.
The driver of the Jeep, William Page III of Denver, was ejected and was seriously injured.
Many people have offered donate money to the McComases but the couple is urging them to give to Toys for Tots instead.
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