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A police officer stands guard at a police cordon near to a house in Newport, south Wales, on Sept. 20, 2017. Getty Images

A 10-month old baby miraculously escaped from a tragic car crash that killed his mother and her boyfriend, reports said Thursday. Brogan Carter only received a "bump on the head" when the car he was in smashed into an electricity post in wet conditions.

The toddler's mother Naomi Carter, 18 and her boyfriend Jason Thomas, 23, were both killed when he "lost control" of the vehicle which slid into the post. An inquest into their deaths heard the baby was retrieved from the car and is now "fine." The incident took place on Nov. 4 in Trebanos, a village in the Swansea Valley in South Wales.

"A black Peugeot 206 motor vehicle was driving south towards Clydach when it lost control and collided with a lamppost," a spokesman for South Wales Police said at the time of the accident. "The driver, a 23-year-old local man, suffered fatal injuries at the scene. The front seat passenger, an 18-year-old local female, also suffered fatal injuries at the scene. An 11-month-old child in the rear suffered non-life threatening injuries and was conveyed to Morriston Hospital."

After the results of toxicology tests and an investigation by South Wales Police's serious collision team, the inquest into the accident will again take place in April 2018.

Acting senior Swansea coroner Colin Phillips said the wet conditions on the day of the accident made it difficult for a driver to make a hard brake, Daily Mail reported.

The family of Thomas responded to the tragic crash saying that the young man was "a highly sensitive, emotional and thoughtful person."

"Jason was a much-loved son, brother, grandson, nephew and uncle and had, earlier this year, become a new dad. He was so kind and would literally do anything to help anyone," the family added. "He was very respectful of the local community of Trebanos where he was very well-known and they, in turn, respected him."

Carter's mother, Kerry, described her daughter as a "cheeky, outgoing, fun-loving' woman, who loved life and enjoyed music, dancing and partying."

She said the family would "carry her memory" for her son, whom Carter loved so dearly. "She has left a massive hole in our hearts and will be missed every day. We as a family are heartbroken and will carry her memory on for Brogan."

"Our thoughts go to Jason's family also. Jason made Naomi happy in the last few months and I hope they both rest in peace together," Kerry said. "Gone, but never forgotten and my heart goes out to Jason's family and friends."