CHASDEI HASHEM: Lakewood Boy Who Fell Out Of Second Story Window Returns Home

The four-year-old Lakewood boy who was critically hurt after falling out of a second story window several weeks ago has, B’Chasdei Hashem, returned home.

Yehuda Leib Ben Rochel Chana returned home yesterday to his jubilant family, walking on his own feet, just three weeks after sustaining serious injuries resulting from his fall.

The near-tragic incident has prompted an effort by some to shed light on the necessity for all parents to install window guards in their homes.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Such a sweet boy! My heartfelt brocho to this beautiful boy is that may all the tefilos and all the good deeds and of course all the Torah learning that was done לרפואתו, may all those zechusim be there for him every step of the way as he continues on a life full of brochos and yeshuos. May his parents, grandparents and the entire family continue to schepp tremendous nachas from Yehuda Leib…

  2. Baruch Hashem! Thank You, Hashem! I am still sending out free laminated bookmarks about proper kavanah when saying the first words of brachos (based on book by Rabbi Unger -with his permission). You can email me at [email protected] for more information.

  3. Wow. Mamesh Nissim. We need to stop for a second and Thank Hashem every day for the open and not-so-open nissim He bestows on us every day.
    Maybe we can say Modim a little slower, each day.
    Gevald.

  4. I’m not the mushy type, but as I happened to be driving by while he was walking on his own feet inside, I just burst out crying. Hashem Melech!!

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