A 7-month-old baby was snatched from his sister's arms and thrown in front of a moving bus by a teenage girl in London, but the young boy escaped serious injury when the bus driver swerved to avoid him.
Tavish Dabedeen was hurled into a road following an unprovoked attack on his mother and sister.
The bus driver managed to change course and avoid hitting the youngster, who was then taken to a hospital and treated for minor injuries.
Tavish's sister was targeted by two teenage girls in the July 27 attack because she suffers from vitiligo, where patches of her skin lose pigmentation and appear blotchy.
Tavish's father Rajiv told Sky News: "My son could have been killed. My wife and daughter were attacked in broad daylight."
A 14-year-old girl has been arrested in connection to the attack but was released on bail pending further investigation.