3-year-old doing 'remarkably well' after fall from window

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SPANISH FORK, Utah (AP) — Authorities say a 3-year-old boy who suffered a head injury in a fall from a home's second-story window is doing "remarkably well."

Spanish Fork Lt. Brandon Anderson told the Daily Herald that the boy was conscious and had "improved immensely" at a Salt Lake City hospital and that medical personnel told his parents he likely would not require surgery.


Police said previously that the boy landed on the cement driveway Tuesday after probably pushing through a window screen.

The names of the child or the family were not released.

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