Transcript for Baby's Changing Table Fall Caught on Camera
Back now with that heart-stopping moment caught on camera. A baby falling off a changing table. His kid brother, wow, in the right place at the right time. A very happy ending but a reminder of how a split second can change everything and ABC's Mara schiavocampo is here with more. I know, Mara, you and I are both thinking it could have happened to anybody. It could happen to anyone and it's every parent's nightmare and happens so often. Some 3,500 emergency department visits for injuries from falling off a changing table every year. But thankfully one Florida infant who tumbled three feet is completely unscathed and it's all thanks to his brother. This morning an amazing act of brotherly love caught on camera. Watch as 35-year-old mom of five, tila Levi turns her back for a moment leaving 11-month-old tan on the changing table. First the baby dangles his leg over the edge. Then tumbles over. But the 30-pound infant is miraculously caught by his older brother Joseph. Watch again in a split second the 9-year-old swooping in to make the save. I just ran and I caught him but I can't even carry him so I don't know how that happened. Reporter: And it can happen anywhere. It was something that just happened in less than a second. Reporter: And tila says to anyone. Check out this quick-thinking Home Depot employee. A lightning fast airport security worker. And this Las Vegas dad catching his kid while half asleep. Joseph keeps saying when he grows up he's going to tell him are you know I saved your life but he saved his life. It's true. Wow, well, that incident happened in September. But tila just recently posted the video on Facebook because she said she wanted to share her family's miracle and also remind parents this could happen to anyone anywhere. What I love about her son. He wasn't even in the room. He was walking by the door and felt like an angel pushed him. Such a sweet kid. Sweet. Yeah. That is. Boy, she has five kids. You can understand why she was distracted for just a second. Thanks for bringing that to us, Mara. Coming up, actor Ryan Phillippe opens up about how he
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