The emergency services intervened Tuesday in Le Havre (Seine-Maritime) to come to the aid of a two-year-old child, victim of a fall from the second floor of a building, reports

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According to the first elements noted on the spot, he would be mounted on a sofa before falling into the void, through a window.

He would thus have fallen from a height of seven meters.

In absolute urgency during its transfer

The victim was unconscious when the Smur 76 arrived and was taken care of before being helicoptered to the Caen Hospital Center.

The child was admitted to the pediatric ward and placed in intensive care.

He was in a state of absolute emergency when he was transferred.

Thirteen firefighters, in five vehicles, were also dispatched to the scene.

The police have set up a security perimeter and blocked traffic in the neighborhood to allow help to treat the small victim.

The parents of the child, in shock, were also taken care of by the firefighters.


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