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Grand Forks Police seek information after child falls from window

The incident happened at 8:23 p.m. on the 200 block of First Avenue North. The child was transported to Altru Hospital with unknown injuries.

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Officers of the Grand Forks Police Department are seeking information after responding to a call of a small child falling from a third story window, on Saturday, Aug. 14 .

The incident happened at 8:23 p.m. on the 200 block of First Avenue North. The child was transported to Altru Hospital with unknown injuries. Officers responded to the scene with Altru Ambulance and the Grand Forks Fire Department.

The investigation remains open and active, and officers are asking anyone with information to contact the Grand Forks Police Department by one of the following methods:

Call: 701-787-8000

Online: Submit a tip via the GFPD’s Facebook page or website

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App: Submit a tip via the Tip411 app

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