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A group of men in China were in the right place at the right time to catch a falling toddler as she tumbled from a fifth-story window. Surveillance footage aired on Chinese state television CCTV showed the 2-and-a-half-year-old girl plummeting toward the ground and several deliverymen rushing to catch her
The girl’s parents had reportedly left her home alone while she was napping, and she woke up and climbed onto the window sill. She sustained only a graze to her face, but one of her rescuers hurt his neck and another injured his arm.
Originally posted by cody599
reply to post by Rodinus
The article says this Rod
She sustained only a graze to her face, but one of her rescuers hurt his neck and another injured his arm.
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Originally posted by rival
From the MSM...
The controversial sport of "Baby-Catching" (as shown in this video--warning: graphic)
has taken China by storm. Once an underground sport, "Baby-Catching has moved into the
mainstream, and has become popular with old and young alike (except for the babies---who have,
said they don't like it at all.)
A point system has been established and competition is high with regular street people vying for
to coveted title of "Best Baby Catcher".
One such "catcher", who wished to remain anonymous, asserted that for a brief period of time he was
in the lead in points until he dropped his third baby (a points deduction) and his rival from
across the street had stepped into first place with 27 successful catches and only two drops.
It has not been officially reported how the points can be used but one source said they are
redeemable for bus tokens and sushi