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The horror incident occurred on Wattville Road at round 1pm on Friday. Police have been fast to shut off the scene, and confirmed the tot sustained extreme bruises.

The child was then checked for additional accidents.

A police spokeswoman instructed BirminghamReside: “An 18-month-old boy has been taken to hospital after falling from a first floor window at a property in Wattville Road, Birmingham around 1pm today.

“The child has been left bruised, and is now being checked for any further injuries.

“We have cordoned off the property while we investigate the circumstances of the fall.”

An ambulance arrived and transported the child to Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

His accidents have been “not believed to be serious”, a spokesman of the West Midlands Ambulance Service stated.

The spokesman confirmed that one ambulance, a paramedic officer, and the Midlands Air Ambulance Critical Care Car attended the scene, responding to a name.

He famous: “On arrival we discovered a male toddler who was treated for injuries not believed to be serious before being taken to Birmingham Children’s Hospital for further assessment.”

Wattville Road has now reopened to visitors.

The property the place the incident occurred, nonetheless, stays taped off because the police proceed the investigation.

An unnamed witness instructed BirminghamReside: ”It was about 12.30pm and the police got here after 5 minutes.

“There was three police cars and two ambulances.

“An unmarked police automotive was first on the scene. They cordoned it off. They’ve been going out and in.”


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