LOS ANGELES (Reuters)-
A toddler in California is three.
Fire officials and local media say the story happened and was rescued by a couple who moved into a new home and threw the mattress under him before the boy fell to the ground.
The couple found 3-year-
On Sunday, when he was about to fall in the suburbs of Los Angeles, he was old.
The Burbank Fire Department said in a statement that the rescuers had rescued him from danger when they arrived.
Konrad and Jennifer Lighter told local TV station abc 7 that they saw the child climb out of the third apartment building
Floor window, hanging an alley from the cable.
They quickly drop the box spring mattress they have been carrying and place it as much as possible.
\"It doesn\'t look real until he hangs off that rope, because you know he can\'t go back to the window, because you know he can\'t go back to the window . \" \"It\'s time for Conrad to catch him now,\" Jennifer Wright told TV . \".
\"I grabbed him a bit and put him down soon,\" Konrad Lighter told abc 7 . \".
\"I was ready because I knew he couldn\'t get back to the window and he fell and I grabbed him.
\"On Wednesday, delegates from the Burbank Police Department and the fire department did not call back immediately.
Instead of naming the couple, the Burbank Fire Department posted a photo online that was identified as Konrad and Jennifer Lighter in a media report. (
Report by Alex Dobuzinskis;
Edited by Cynthia Johnston and Tom Brown)