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Baby reportedly crushed to death by man jumping from building in Russia

A five-month-old child in Russia was crushed to death when a man jumped from a building in an obvious suicide try — and landed on the toddler’s stroller, in accordance to a report Friday.

The freak accident unfolded Thursday when the man plunged from the 17th flooring of a building in Voronezh because the mom pushed her child under, in accordance to video of the incident posted by the Scottish Solar.

Disturbing surveillance digital camera footage exhibits the jumper touchdown partially on the stroller, hitting the child and knocking him out onto the road.

The mother, who has not been recognized, then frantically checked on her little one as passersby known as for assist — whereas the jumper appeared lifeless on the pavement,  in accordance to the outlet.

Paramedics rushed to revive the toddler however he reportedly died on the scene.

“The 5-month-old child, who was contained in the pram, died in the ambulance,” a police supply mentioned, in accordance to the outlet.

The cop added that “the man who fell upon the [stroller] died,” too.

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