Life Flight called after child falls from window in West Jordan
WEST JORDAN, Utah — A toddler was transported by Life Flight Monday night after the child fell from a third-story window in West Jordan.
According to Officer Alondra Zavala of the West Jordan Police Department, a 3-year-old was playing with a sibling when the child fell through an open window. The window reportedly had a screen that the child broke through.
“[The child] sustained a couple of fractured bones and they were transported to Primary Children’s,” said Zavala.
Zavala said the child is expected to survive.
“Based on the information we have they’re fine. Obviously, they’re [medical authorities] trying to evaluate the injuries that they currently have and the case is still under investigation,” said Zavala.
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