Caroline Kumah charged after 5-year-old daughter falls from window in Mount Eden

A Bronx mother is facing child endangerment charges after her 5-year-old daughter fell from a third-story window in Mount Eden. According to police, Caroline Kumah

The girl survived, and is now in the care of ACS, along with her sister and brother.

The girl survived, and is now in the care of ACS, along with her sister and brother. (2/14/14)

THE BRONX - A Bronx mother is facing child endangerment charges after her 5-year-old daughter fell from a third-story window in Mount Eden. 

According to police, Caroline Kumah left the child home alone with her 9-year-old sister and 1-year-old brother when she fell at 224 East 164th St. Thursday. 

They say the girl opened the window, an air conditioner fell out and then she followed. She was taken to Lincoln Hospital and is in stable condition.

The kids are now in the care of the Administration for Children Services.

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