Man Hurt in Wreck on Pulaski Pike, Baby Okay

Photo of police directing traffic on Pulaski Pike, and one of the vehicles being towed away. (Photo: Venton Blandin/WHNT News 19)

Photo of police directing traffic on Pulaski Pike, and one of the vehicles being towed away. (Photo: Venton Blandin/WHNT News 19)

Photo of police directing traffic on Pulaski Pike, and one of the vehicles being towed away. (Photo: Venton Blandin/WHNT News 19)

Photo of police directing traffic on Pulaski Pike, and one of the vehicles being towed away. (Photo: Venton Blandin/WHNT News 19)

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Paramedics say a man was hurt in two-vehicle wreck Tuesday on Pulaski Pike, between Sparkman Drive and Stonebrook.

At first, there were reports a baby was ejected from one of the vehicles, but paramedics say that isn’t the case.

A car seat was ejected, however.  Paramedics say the seat wasn’t strapped in, and someone was holding the baby, but the baby was not hurt, nor was the baby transported to the hospital.

The wreck happened about 11 a.m.  Paramedics said a male driver of one of the vehicles was taken in by ambulance, but should be okay.

Huntsville Police are investigating further.