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3-year-old girl expected to survive after falling from apartment window in the Bronx

NEW YORK — A 3-year-old was rushed to an area hospital after falling out an apartment window in the Bronx on Wednesday.

The incident occurred round 7:30 p.m. on Sheridan Avenue in the Claremont part.

CBS2’s Thalia Perez was instructed the baby is expected to survive.

The kid’s grandfather says it is a miracle that his granddaughter goes to be OK. He says moments earlier than she fell, he was frantically searching for her.

“When I opened the door, she passed from me, and then she took the steps up to the third floor and we are looking for her on the downstairs,” Andrews Sarpunj mentioned.

The particulars are nonetheless unclear as to the place the baby fell from and the way it occurred, however Sarpunj says his 3-year-old granddaughter managed to run away from him on the second ground and attain the third ground.

Moments later, neighbors say they heard the impression of her fall.

“I thought it was a car crash, it was that loud. It was that loud. So when I looked out the window, then I look over to the left, I see the baby on top of the scaffold,” a neighbor named John mentioned. “I started screaming to them that the baby had fallen, for somebody to climb up there because I couldn’t run down. So two guys climbed up.”

The kid’s grandfather says she was rushed to New York Presbyterian Hospital, and he was relieved that she was aware and was alert.

Sarpunj additionally mentioned that she suffered a leg harm. Surveillance cameras in and round the constructing will hopefully help police in piecing collectively precisely what occurred.

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