Abbotsford police are reminding residents to put in window stops and guards after they had been known as to rescue a younger baby on a small balcony Tuesday night time.
Round 11 p.m., officers had been known as to the realm of Simon Avenue and Trethewey Road.
Police say neighbours noticed a four-year-old crying on a small decorative balcony on the third flooring.
The kid was alone.
The balcony was solely large enough to suit a flower pot and never a chair.
Officers acquired into the household suite and rescued the kid. Police say the kid’s mother and father had been inside sleeping on the time.
It’s not identified if the kid popped out a window display or climbed via an open window.
Abbotsford police say this incident ought to function a reminder to observe youngsters round home windows, particularly in the summertime.