Horrifying moment thieves run over mother and baby - sending the child flying into the air as the injured woman is dragged along on the bonnet for 100 yards in Argentina A mother and her toddler were sent flying through the air during a horrifying crash after thieves recklessly sped through busy streets in Argentina. The shocking collision in Buenos Aires was captured on CCTV and shows the woman being dragged across the bonnet of the car as her child flips multiple times in mid-air. Miraculously both survived the crash and did not suffer any serious injuries, according to website LiveLeak. WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT +5 The shocking moment a mother and child are sent flying by thieves who are trying to escape police +5 Pictured, the woman begins to flip in the air and the small child is sent flying upwards as the car careers on The footage opens with the silver saloon racing through the streets while it is chased by police in 4X4s. It is clear the driver has no concern for the safety of fellow motorists or even his own passengers as he dodges on-coming traffic at junctions. After seemingly losing the police the car careers through a dusty car park, leaving terrified pedestrians jumping out of the way, before smashing into another car. Continuing on its reckless course it then smashes into the mother and her child. +5 In this CCTV still the woman is propelled into a handstand position by the sheer force of the speeding car +5 Pictured, the helpless woman is dragged across the bonnet of the speeding saloon in Buenos Aires +5 Caught: The callous thieves are arrested by police just yards from where they crashed their car While the little one is thrown up high into the air by the sheer force of the crash, the woman is dragged on the bonnet of the car for at least 100 yards before she finally slides off onto the dusty ground. The speeding saloon then crashes into another vehicle before stopping and three men run out but surrender to police within seconds. Officers are then seen kicking the group before arresting them on the ground.