5-Year-Old Falls From 3rd Floor Window. Responders perform CPR and rush him to the hospital
MANCHESTER, NH - Manchester Fire, police, and AMR ambulance responded to 1436 Elm Street for a report of a child who fell to the ground from a third-story window Tuesday.
Responders arrived at the scene just before 2:30 p.m. and found a child five-year-old boy who was unresponsive, with head trauma. CPR was initiated by the responders and immediately transported to the Elliot Hospital. While en route the trauma team was activated and upon arrival, the child was given medical attention.
The boy has been flown to a Boston hospital, and the condition is unknown at this time.
At 3:25 p.m. an AMR ambulance was dispatched to meet police at 1436 Elm Street for an infant who appeared to be dehydrated. The child was brought to the ambulance where responders provided medical care for about 20 minutes before transporting to the Elliot Hospital. When the ambulance left the scene a police cruiser followed the ambulance to the hospital. It is unknown if this is related to the incident earlier in the afternoon.
Manchester Police taped off the rear of the building and directed people away from the area. Detectives arrived at the scene just before 4 p.m. and began documenting the scene by taking photographs, and measurements.
In May a 3-year-old fell from a 3rd-floor window at 1458 which is just feet away from today’s incident and is in the same block.
Updates will be provided as additional information becomes available.
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