Casper police on Monday responded after a two-year-old child fell out a fourth-story window.

The child was taken from the scene by EMS. The child's condition was unknown as of Tuesday afternoon.

Lt. Ryan Dabney of the Casper Police Department told K2 Radio News that he could not release further information regarding the extent of the child's injuries.

Listed as a 'traumatic injury' call, the incident was reported at roughly 10:40 a.m. Monday at a location in the area of Pay It Forward Drive.

Dabney said police always investigate in such circumstances, but at this point it appears to have been an accident with no criminal element.

Two police units responded along with Casper Fire-EMS and an ambulance, Dabney said.

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