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Grandmother Catches Baby Who Fell From Second Story Window

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SPOKANE, Wash -  Tabitha Prichard says guardian angels were looking out for her and her family late Friday morning. Around 10:30 she says her son was jumping on a bed near a window at their home near Carlisle and Lincoln. That's when her son, Jesse tripped and fell out the window that was "Slightly" open. Tabitha says she lunged towards the window grabbing her sons ankle as he was falling. Fortunately Jesse's grandmother was below and was able to catch the 14 month old.

Tabitha was so far out the widow she says, she started sliding down the roof and fell to the ground after he son was safe. Both Tabitha and her son were taken to the hospital. They were both treated and released having suffered minor injures.

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