The family of little Amirah Najim-Phillips want charges laid over the crash that left their "beautiful toddler" paralysed and fighting for her life.

The 2-year-old was last week taken off life support and has now been moved out of the intensive care unit at Auckland's Starship Hospital, six weeks after the horrific crash near Waiouru on June 13.

Wellington couple Daelyn Phillips, 23, and Mohammed Najim, 21, were travelling home from Auckland with their two daughters when an oncoming vehicle is believed to have crossed the centre line and smashed into their car.

The toddler was one of seven people

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