A quick-thinking woman pulled a toddler out of the way as a car careered towards a supermarket cafe.
Vivianne Trorey grabbed the highchair containing great-nephew Jenson Lusher, of Gooderstone, after spotting the Ka hurtling towards the window of the Waitrose Cafe in Swaffham.
The car, driven by an elderly woman, first smashed a bench before hitting the window.
Mrs Trorey was enjoying a quiet family lunch with her father, Ernie Parke, her sister and Jenson’s grandmother, Marilyn Clark, when the incident happened on Wednesday at 12.35pm.
Mrs Trorery, of Hopton, near Yamouth, said: “I could see the car coming back and then I just reacted. I grabbed the high chair and pulled it across the room a little bit.
“The car was heading towards a man at a table behind us and he got up quickly and went.
“Jenson was lucky in a way.”
The Ka luckily did not go through the supermarket window but the glass was smashed.
Staff from the supermarket helped the driver, who is believed to be a woman in her 80s.
She suffered minor injuries.
Jenson was not shocked by the ordeal and more interested in the police cars, said her great-aunt.
Mrs Trorey said: “We had to have a strong cup of tea afterwards.”