WATCH | Passersby catch two-year-old who fell from third floor

The toddler was reportedly playing when he accidentally fell from the floor. Seeing a weeping kid hanging onto the window grill, the locals formed a human chain and caught him when he fell down.

Published: 04th December 2019 12:17 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th December 2019 12:41 PM   |  A+A-

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Onlookers form human chain to save the toddler. (Photo | Video screengrab)

By Online Desk

A two-year-old boy had a miraculous escape after falling from the third floor of his housing complex in Daman and Diu. Thanks to the passersby, who acted quickly to save him. 

In a video posted by ANI, onlookers can be seen rushing to a spot to save the falling kid. 

The toddler was reportedly playing when he accidentally fell from the floor. According to reports, the boy held onto to a window grill on the second floor after the fall. Noticing a kid crying for help, the locals formed a human chain and caught him when he fell down.

No injuries were reported from the incident. More details awaited. 

In a similar incident in Madhya Pradesh's Tikamgarh, a three-year-old who fell off a 35-feet high balcony was saved by a passing cycle rickshaw when the boy fell into the cart. 
 

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