A New Jersey police officer safely caught a one-month-old baby dropped off a second-floor balcony over the weekend, authorities talked about.

The Hudson County prosecutor’s workplace talked about Officer Eduardo Matute was amongst these typically often called to the Jersey City residence Saturday morning after tales {{{that a}}} man was threatening the baby.

NorthJersey.com tales that he and a lot of different completely different officers had been positioned beneath the second-floor balcony because of the toddler was dangled over the balcony railing. Officials talked in regards to the particular person dropped the toddler after a continual standoff, and Matute caught the kid.

City spokesperson Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione talked in regards to the youngster was taken to the hospital as a precaution. Mayor Steve Fulop later posted {{a photograph}} on social media of the officer holding the kid, who was wrapped in a white blanket.

“Thankfully the baby wasn’t harmed physically,” Fulop talked about.

Wallace-Scalcione talked in regards to the one which dropped the baby was instantly arrested and prices are pending.

“Kudos to the (Jersey City Police Department) and all the officers involved for their heroics and for bringing a safe conclusion to this dangerous situation,” Prosecutor Esther Suarez talked about in a Twitter publish.