Newborn Lands On Neighbour's Roof After Someone Threw Him From A 2nd Floor Window In Ipoh

The baby's umbilical cord was still intact.

Cover image via Bernama

A newborn baby, who was thrown from the second floor of a house in Bercham, Ipoh on Saturday, 18 July, is said to be critical condition

He is currently receiving treatment at Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital (HRPB).

The newborn sustained head injuries after he was thrown and landed on the roof at the rear portion of a house in Taman Seri Dermawan, according to a report in Bernama today, 19 July.

The baby boy was thrown with his umbilical cord still intact

He was found alive and covered in blood by a member of the public who then informed the Ipoh police at 12.35pm yesterday, according to district police chief ACP A Asmadi Abdul Aziz.

ACP Asmadi said the baby was believed to have been thrown by a 16-year-old girl from her bedroom's window on the second floor of the house from a height of about nine metres.

"A witness, who is also the suspect's neighbour, heard a loud thud at the back of his house and found the baby," he said, adding that bloodstains were found on the window grill and bed sheet in the girl's bedroom.

The girl has been brought to the same hospital for treatment

However, the police have not been able to record a further statement from her as she is still weak.

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