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Toddler Recovering After Wall Falls On Her

Todd Pittenger - August 13, 2013 8:02 am

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A 2-year-old Kansas girl who was critically injured when a stone wall fell on her is surprising her family with her quick recovery.

Trayleigh Humphries of Halstead was injured Friday night while trying to crawl on the 6 1/2-foot wall, when 2-inch thick bricks fell on her.

Her falther, Steven Humphries, says she suffered a skull fracture, broken leg and a dislocated hip. He says that she has pins in her hip and a metal plate in her head but is awake, talking and playing. She might be able to return home from the hospital Tuesday.

The family believes wet weather weakened the wall. They credit quick response from emergency responders for helping their daughter’s recovery.

Associated Press information from: KWCH-TV

Red Neck

August 13, 2013 at 8:25 am

Where were the parents when she was doing this?

Fuchs Mi

August 15, 2013 at 8:45 am

Put them is jail and take the kid away from them.

Jessica Runyon

August 15, 2013 at 12:27 pm

Its rather ridiculous that people are on here talking about taking the child an that its the parents fault. Thats sad that when something like this happens people see the need to blame an put fault on someone or something. Accidents happen. Im sure it wasnt the first time she did this. Just unfortunately she got hurt an bad things happened. That in no way means you should bash an try to talk about her parents. They are clearly having a hard enough time an dont need people telling them or saying that there bad parents or people or anything. Everyone needs to grow up an stop blaming. An we all just need to be happy that she lived an is doing really well.

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