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12-236 Four-Year-Old Girl Injures Wrist After Fall from Second Story Window

Who: (Injured)

 Kaylah T. Dambrosio

DOB: 4/3/08

Address: 2197 Fox Chase Blvd. – Palm Harbor Kaylah was transported by helicopter to All Children’s Hospital for treatment of her injuries.

 What:

While playing with a cousin upstairs in her bedroom this afternoon, Kaylah was reportedly near the screen and the window – when the screen fell off and she fell out the window. Her mother was downstairs in the kitchen, and heard her cry for help. Kaylah was found in the yard near a tree. She complained of an injured wrist. She was airlifted to All Children’s Hospital – where she is recovering.

 When:   The incident occurred around 3:30 p.m., Saturday, October 13. 2012.

 

Where:   At the child’s address – a town home located at 2197 Fox Chase Blvd. – Palm Harbor

 

How/Why:  

Deputies assisted responding Fire/Rescue Units and established a landing zone for the Bay Flight helicopter. Kaylah was taken to All Children’s for treatment of her injuries and for observation.

 

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