Baby falls four floors; crawls away

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June 12, 2007 16:00

 
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A 1-year-old baby fell from the fourth floor, but her fall was broken by clothes lines on balconies below and she crawled away unharmed, daily Dnevni Avaz reported Tuesday. Tara Zec crawled to the window while her mother was preparing to take her for a walk Monday, and fell from the apartment in the northwestern Bosnian town of Bosanski Novi. "When I looked out of the window, I saw Tara falling. She was hitting clothes lines and then hit the ground. I was and at first wanted to jump after her," Bozidarka Zec, the girl's mother, told Dnevni Avaz Tuesday. The baby landed in grass. She was taken to a local hospital where doctors determined she suffered no injuries at all.

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