Taryn Lim was looking for ways to entertain herself while she waited for her mother to get ready for a playdate on Monday. The two-year-old girl chose something to play with: the curtains by the third-floor window of their Langley, B.C., townhouse.
She grabbed the fabric, stepped over the baseboard heater, lost her balance and fell out the open window. Her mother, who was in the same room, quickly noticed the toddler had disappeared and looked outside to see her lying on the ground more than six metres below.
Taryn’s father got the call while he was at work.
“There’s nothing I could do. Just pray that there is a miracle,”
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