US toddler survives three-story fall, lands on feet!
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Baby's day out! A four-year-old US boy miraculously survived a three-story fall from an apartment window, after incredibly landing on his feet on the ground with barely a scratch.
Dylan Hayes fell out the window of his Aurora apartment while his mother Jessica Hayes was washing carpets.
Jessica had moved her couch to the wall when Dylan climbed on it to talk through the windows to the downstairs neighbours, CBS Denver affiliate 'KCNC' reported.
Dylan fell out of the third story window, did two somersaults in the air, and landed on the rock below on his feet. The screen he broke through suffered more damage than he did.
The boy was hospitalised for 20 hours, wearing a neck brace as a precaution. However, he was released with barely a scratch.
"I fall ... really, really far," Dylan said.
The toddler's mother said she hopes the scary event serves as a warning for parents with young children.
"I was terrified. I didn't know what I was going to see when I got down to the ground floor," said Jessica.
Jessica said she has since moved out of her apartment to live with a relative, and is looking for a new home – on the first floor, the report said.
"It's gotten easier since it happened two weeks ago to not blame myself. I wish the danger would have crossed by mind, which it didn't," Jessica said.
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