A three-year-old boy in Trenton, Ont., suffered non-life-threatening injuries after he fell out of a taxi, Ontario Provincial Police say.
Police and local paramedics were called to Dundas Street West at around 4:15 p.m. Wednesday after getting reports the boy had fallen from the moving vehicle.
The boy likely had undone his own seatbelt and unlocked the taxi's door, said OPP Const. David Ludington.
The taxi was making a turn and going about 10 to 15 km/h when the boy fell, Ludington said.
His parents were with him in the taxi, he added. The boy was taken to hospital with "minor" injuries, Ludington said.
While Ontario requires most children under the age of eight to ride in either a child car seat or a booster seat, most taxi trips are exempt from those requirements.
OPP say their investigation is over and no charges will be laid.