Twin Girls Survive 17-Floor Fall in South China

By Matthew Bossons, May 13, 2019

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In what can only be described as nothing short of a miracle, a pair of 4-year-old twin girls survived a 17-story fall over the weekend in South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, according to state-mouthpiece Global Times.

The youngsters reportedly fell out of their parents’ 17th floor apartment, which is located in the prefecture-level city of Laibin, through an unlocked window. Luckily, the kids’ falls were broken by foliage on the ground that cushioned their landings.  

READ MORE: Firefighter Saves Young Girl From 4-Floor Fall in South China

Footage from the scene shows people comforting one of the twins, who is sitting on the ground surrounded by plants.

“I found the girl had no obvious trauma, but her face was pale,” a police officer who responded to the incident told Sina Video on Sunday, according to Global Times.

Both girls were transported to hospital, where they were diagnosed with non-life-threatening femoral fractures. Phew!

READ MORE: Woman Sues Building After Falling Dog Paralyzes Her in Guangzhou

[Cover image via Pear Video h/t Global Times]

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