MUM'S HORROR AS 'SHOPPING CENTRE ROOF COLLAPSES ON NEWBORN BABY LEAVING HIM COVERED IN SHARDS OF GLASS'

Baby Albie was apparently left with glass on his hair and face as the shopping centre roof fell to the ground

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