Tennessee woman and her baby plummet 20 feet down into storm drain when grate gives way

Mail Online | 12/7/2018 | Associated Press
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Police in Tennessee say a woman and her baby fell 20 feet (6 meters) into a storm drain and were underground for more than 30 minutes.

Clarksville police tell news outlets the two were rescued Thursday night. Police spokesman Jim Knoll says the woman was walking through a parking lot carrying her baby when the storm grate she went across collapsed.

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Police say a passerby heard the baby crying, but couldn't see them and called 911.

First responders entered the drain via a separate entrance at 7:15pm in the evening in order to reach the two falling victims, WKRN reported.

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A helicopter took the woman to a hospital, but she was conscious and had no visible signs of serious injury.

An ambulance took the baby, who had a cut...
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