Child rushed to hospital after falling out of window in Surrey

Boy, 2, fell from upper-floor of home on 95A Avenue Sunday night

Two-year-old boy falls from second-storey window of Surrey home in Johnston Heights.



SURREY, B.C.—Emergency officials say a child fell out of a window in Surrey on Sunday night.

BC Ambulance says it responded to a call in the Johnston Heights neighbourhood just before 10 p.m.

A two-year-old boy had fallen from a second-storey window of a house on the 15100 block of 95A Avenue.

Two ambulances responded and one patient was taken to hospital.

The child’s condition was not known.

Last month, a four-year-old boy died after he fell out of a third-floor window in nearby Langley.

After the tragedy, BC Ambulance issued a warning to parents to secure all windows.

The Canadian Press

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