By Raziye Akkoc
Adam Wain’s quick reactions meant the baby was saved in time and left with only a scrape to the head
A hero saved a baby’s life after pushing its pram clear from a collapsing Christmas market chalet.
Adam Wain’s quick reactions meant the baby was saved in time and left with only a scrape to the head after the structure collapsed at the bottom of Church Street, Liverpool city centre today.
Three other people were hurt in the incident at the wooden stall, which was being built at the time.
Adam, from Halewood, relived the experience while recovering from his own injuries at home.
The 20-year-old said: “The hut was coming down and I noticed the baby in the pram. I got the baby out of the way. It happened so quickly and the hut came down on my chest.”
The drama unfolded at around 1pm yesterday.
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