A St. Paul toddler, is alive but in serious condition after she fell six stories from her apartment window over the weekend. This is the second fall in the area this season. It is also one of countless falls this year.
Tag: "Unusual Toddler Stories"
It’s a boy meets girl kind of love story. Love at first site, Emily and Cai, moved in together after just a few short weeks after meeting each other. The couple, still living together, is happier than ever, especially since they have welcomed a little miracle into their lives, Dante. Dante’s conception, however, was anything but “typical.”
Kian Hill was born with a condition known as situs inversus totalis. It is a condition in which the internal organs develop on the wrong side of the body and it affects about one in 10,000 people in the UK. Generally, those with this condition spend most of their lives in the hospital.
Like most little boys, Dylan McCoy was playing in his backyard on Friday night. He had started jumping on a rotting piece of plywood in the back garden of the house, not realizing what was underneath. Then, the board gave way and little Dylan plummeted down the 125-year-old well.
When Helen Beard planned her trip to Orlando she didn’t expect it to be presented with a Medal of Merit award, but her quick thinking warranted such accolades after she caught a toddler who was hanging from a near-by balcony.
Emergency crews needed to be called to an bank in suburban Atlanta, yesterday after a toddler got herself locked in the vault.
What could have become a fatal accident turned into a lucky escape when a toddler and a woman crashed their car and plunged 80 feet down Loch Ness on the A82 near Drumnadrochit.
In what seems like nothing short of a miracle, a 4-year-old boy fell 70 feet from the railing of a downtown Miami high rise hotel. The boy managed to bounce from trees, landing safely in the dirt with no broken bones.
An afternoon play turned into nightmare for a family in Salt Lake when their 11-month old baby drowned headfirst into a wastepaper basket filled with water. But it was the quick thinking 3-year-old brother who helped prevent disaster from happening.