BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH)-- A two-year-old is in stable condition Sunday, after falling from a second floor porch Saturday morning.
Police say the Bridgeport boy was at an apartment being watched by someone who is not a family member.
The two-year-old boy is in the hospital with serious injuries after falling from a second floor porch but his condition has improved.
He was in the supervision of a teenager at the time of the incident. Apparently the mother dropped three kids off Friday night in the care of a 17-year-old.
The fire department responded to the 200 block of Summer Field Avenue around 9:30 Saturday morning.
According to police, the child was with a non-family member, a teenager who had a number of other children in her care when the boy fell from the second floor.
"My daughter 17-years-old, she was supposed to be keeping an eye on the children. I don't know the mother. I don't know her name, all I know is this morning, when I went out, they said the child fell off the balcony at my house, and I got upset because someone left their child at my house. I never was introduced to the mother," said Dominga Bush.
Apparently this was a case of children watching children. There was no adult supervision.
As for the little boy, he is at Yale New Haven Hospital in stable condition. The investigation remains under investigation.
No charges have been filed.
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