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Unified Police say a 3-year-old girl who took a tumble from a second-story window of her Herriman home is going to be fine.
UPD Detective Jared Richardson said Wednesday that the toddler was in good condition and had been released from the hospital.
He said the girl fell out of the window Tuesday night and landed on the concrete driveway, but then got up, crying, and walked into her house to tell her mother.
Apparently, the child popped out the window's screen, then fell.
The mother took the girl first to a doctor's office in neighboring South Jordan, and she was then flown to the hospital for a precautionary examination.