Spanish Fork toddler 'miraculously' at home after falling from second-story window 01

Jacob Stallings at home in Spanish Fork.

A 3-year-old boy is at home after he fell from a second-story window and landed on a cement driveway on June 11.

The 3-year-old, identified as Jacob Stallings, has "made a miraculous recovery" according to a statement from Primary Children's Hospital.

"We would like to thank the Primary Children’s Hospital staff for their care of Jacob. We’re also very grateful for the love, concern, and support that has been expressed by the Utah community over the past week," the statement reads. "We have been uplifted by the community’s support of Jacob and our family with their prayers and positive thoughts for his recovery."

Jacob fell approximately 13 feet from a window at a home near 230 S. 750 West in Spanish Fork.

Officers and EMS gave first aid on the scene. LifeFlight was contacted, and Jacob was transported to Primary Children’s hospital in critical condition.

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