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Boy, 3, falls 20 feet from Ala Moana condominium window

By Star Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 08:18 p.m. HST, Sep 04, 2013


A 3-year-old boy was in serious condition after falling about 20 feet from a window in a residential building at 475 Atkinson Drive, near Kapiolani Boulevard and Ala Moana Center. 

Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene at about 12:35 p.m. and took the boy to an area hospital.

A witness said the boy fell from a window to the awning above the entrance to the Atkinson Plaza condominium.

The boy was initially conscious when rescuers first reached him, the witness said.







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paniolo wrote:
Another one? No adult supervision? I hope the boy recovers fully.
on September 4,2013 | 01:35PM
allie wrote:
agree..shame on parents today. Children are greatly disturbed and one can see why
on September 4,2013 | 02:28PM
palani wrote:
allie, through a friend of a friend, I may be able to help with your and your mom's airfare in December.

Palani


on September 4,2013 | 03:50PM
GONEGOLFIN wrote:
That would be such a nice grad present. Can I help?
on September 4,2013 | 06:03PM
aomohoa wrote:
Can we just send her/he Fedex ?
on September 4,2013 | 06:36PM
false wrote:
Can't we just ignore her?
on September 4,2013 | 06:38PM
foursun wrote:
interesting the lengths allie is willing to undertake to perpetuate the masquerade of the make believe 6th year UH student. ROTFL!!
on September 5,2013 | 02:00AM
foursun wrote:
if this were genuine Palani could have used the BOGUS facebook allie page it made https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aloha-allie/186342478193087?fref=ts
on September 5,2013 | 02:05AM
aomohoa wrote:
Does that mean you are a child? You're greatly disturbed!
on September 4,2013 | 06:36PM
niimi wrote:
I think Allie is right. No mercy. First offense of any child found alone means CPS is called in and the child is automatically put info Foster Care and parents go to jail. Forget all circumstances. Parents MUST be perfect and not allowed any room to mess up. NONE!
on September 4,2013 | 10:27PM
foursun wrote:
ok allie/niimi whatever you say
on September 5,2013 | 02:46AM
false wrote:
Three babies or is it 4 in two weeks. Is anyone awake? Sad to be so unconscious about the welfare of toddlers.
on September 4,2013 | 06:38PM
onwardupward wrote:
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on September 4,2013 | 01:51PM
localguy wrote:
Not a little biased are you? Might want to stick with the main problem, parents of any and all types need to better watch their children. Might help too if buildings had antifall protection at the windows.
on September 4,2013 | 05:10PM
bpet wrote:
Children move so quickly and it is not fair to assume or prejudge parents. The information in this report is so sketchy that we don't know where the parent(s) were nor what they were doing at the time. Nor do we know how the child managed to fall . . perhaps by pushing on a screen on a window. For all we know, Mom was in the bathroom . . .and I know for sure that I did not take my toddler into the bathroom with me every time . . . good grief.
on September 4,2013 | 04:57PM
GONEGOLFIN wrote:
Thank you-too many perfect people in the world that think "it only happens to the irresponsible" It can happen at a moments notice, then look who is on the other side of the fence.
on September 4,2013 | 06:36PM
aomohoa wrote:
You are correct. Not enough facts yet.
on September 4,2013 | 06:38PM
paniolo wrote:
KHON2 has a video of the boy getting into an elevator by himself and pressing the 5th floor button. He got out and evidently climbed up the open window which is part of the parking garage. Showed smudges on the wall. Fell onto the awning where you see the words, Atkinson Plaza. If the awning wasn't there, he would've fallen all the way to the ground. Said he is not a resident of the apartment building. Didn't say who he was there with.
on September 4,2013 | 07:23PM
livinginhawaii wrote:
Such an ignorant comment - that's ok, but please educate yourself by watching the video of this unattended kid getting into an elevator by himself. He was not moving quickly plus it showed exactly how he climbed into a window on another floor. The parents were simply irresponsible, simple as that.
on September 4,2013 | 09:17PM
niimi wrote:
As my sarcastic reply above indicates, American society in the 21st century is unrelenting, cold and unforgiving, expecting perfect out of everyone, lest we all pile-on and mob the alleged offender. All these armchair parents haven't had to rear a child. That or they aren't being honest about their children grabbing a pair of scissors, pulling on a shelf, trying to climb a shelf. Good grief is right.
on September 4,2013 | 10:31PM
foursun wrote:
LOL! allie, good try at a comeback after realizing how you "outed" yourself your previous statement. took you less than 3 minutes after posting your first comment? not bad time
on September 5,2013 | 02:50AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Don't parents bother to secure their windows? We've had this happen so many times. All they have to do is make sure that the windows and lanais are secured so that children will not fall out or fall over. This is so sad and upsetting at the same time.
on September 4,2013 | 10:39PM
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