A toddler who fell from a window of a Manchester, New Hampshire, residence Monday night is being treated for serious injuries, according to police.
Police and fire crews responded to a home on Thornton Street shortly after 9:30 p.m. following what authorities called a 911 "hang up" call. There, they found the 3-year-old girl in need of medical attention.
The girl was taken to a Boston hospital by medical helicopter, according to fire officials. Her exact condition was unclear.
At the scene, a large window screen could be seen on the ground. It was unclear what caused the child to fall.
A man who said he is the father of the child showed up to the home Tuesday looking for answers. After seeing what appeared to be blood on the ground, the man became overwhelmed with emotion.
Eventually police were called to the scene and officers tried to diffuse the situation.
The girl's uncle, Christopher Tungwa, said the toddler lives in the home with his sister. He said the girl's father doesn't live in the home and didn't find out about the fall until Tuesday.
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No further information was immediately available.