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Postal Carrier Catches Child Falling from Window

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A baby in Albany, N.Y., was playing in bed next to an open window on the second story. When her mother turned her back, the 1-year-old climbed out the window and fell. She tumbled through space — and landed in the arms of a postal carrier.

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A baby in Albany, New York, was playing in bed. The bed was up against an open window - a second story window. The mother says she turned her back, and that's when the one-year-old girl climbed out the window and fell. She tumbled through space and landed in the arms of Lisa Harrell. She's a postal carrier who happened to be standing directly below and who delivered the baby completely unharmed back to her mother.

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