The little boy from Choisy-le-Roi who was thrown from the 5th floor of a building by his dad is happily doing well. As announced by our colleagues from Le Parisien on September 15, 2020, the child of only six years old was “operated on for multiple fractures”.

The facts took place on Saturday, September 12, 2020. As a reminder in Choisy-le-Roi, in Val-de-Marne, father lashed out at his six year old son throwing it from 5th floor. Furious, he had also thrown at him, from his balcony, several heavy objects at his child, like a barbecue, a gas cylinder and a chair. Fortunately for the little one, neighbors flew to his aid by moving it to the hall of the building, before the firefighters intervene.

In the last news, he had been hospitalized in Necker (Paris XVth) in critical condition and his vital prognosis was engaged. Le Parisien reveals this Tuesday, September 15, 2020 that the young child should finally get by “without sequelae”. It was the deputy mayor of the city Tonino Panetta, in charge of security Hacène Habi, who revealed that he “was operated on for multiple fractures”. Due to his fall, he suffered a head injury. The neighborhood, who witnessed the terrible scene, benefited from a “psychological support without appointment through two hotlines in the Port district with doctors and psychologists”, explain our colleagues. A telephone number has been set up for the inhabitants of Choisy-le-Roi who were present at the scene of the tragedy.

A delusional puff could be the cause of the drama

For his part, the little boy’s dad was placed in a mental hospital after his custody. His state of mental health is said to be at stake. “A delusional puff or dementia crisis are possible leads “, specifies Le Parisien. Before becoming violent with his son, the father of the family had attacked his wife, whom he had married a few hours earlier. He would then have had incoherent remarks, before waking up her son to throw him out of the building for no reason …

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