A two-year-old girl fell thirty feet out of a third-floor apartment window in Borough Park yesterday evening and survived.

The child, who CBS identifies as Nyjeana Civil, landed on the sidewalk outside of her family's apartment at 902 44th Street, sustaining neck trauma, as well as several cuts and bruises.

Civil's mother was at home when the incident occurred. Neighbor Marilyn Velez told NBC that she "was hysterical, she kept saying, 'My baby, my baby." Another neighbor said she saw the mother screaming and rolling on the ground.

The Post reports that a teen neighbor, Ashley Giron, 18, rushed to Civil and began administering CPR, successfully restoring the child's breathing. The NYPD and FDNY responded to the scene soon after 7:00 p.m., and took the toddler to Lutheran Medical Center in stable condition, breathing and conscious.

Civil fell from a window that had both a guard and a screen in place, according to CBS, although the screen appeared to have a hole in it. “It is strange, but everything happens — everything happens and we don’t know why, but things happened, it occurs,” neighbor Seleny Pena told CBS.

No arrests have been made, and an investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Building owners are legally required to install window guards in any residence with children under the age of 10, and install the guards in any unit where they are requested. Last August a two-year-old died in a fall from a sixth-story Bronx apartment, despite the presence of window guards.