Child Injured After a Landslide Pushes Tree Through Window of Building.
A nine-month-old baby is injured after a landslide occurred outside an apartment complex on the 200 block of Butler Street in Etna.
Residents of the apartment building say that the landslide occurred around 6 p.m. on February 19th.
The baby was in his crib when a tree came crashing down. The tree, along with dirt and debris, crashed through the infant’s bedroom window. Fortunately, the baby was just below the window and suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
The child is expected to recover from his injuries.
Emergency crews deemed the apartment building unsafe and had to evacuate 10 people out of six apartments.
Residents are concerned, as this is not the first time a tree and debris have fallen onto the building.
Code enforcement officials will continue to monitor the scene.
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