Apparently, this is the week of catching kids: On Wednesday, the daughter of former Yankees manager, the legendary Joe Torre, caught a 1-year old baby who fell from a store’s awning in New York City. On Thursday, across the Pacific, a security camera in an alleyway in China’s Zhejiang province of Ninghai captured heart-stopping footage of a 2-year-old girl’s accelerated fall. The toddler, Qiqi, was dangling her legs from a building window–reportedly five-stories high–when gravity mercilessly took over. Luckily, a group of mail carriers on the ground were alerted after hearing the toddler’s cries and held out their arms to break the fall, according to the BBC.
The child–whose parents claimed they had left alone her while she napped–miraculously landed safely with only a minor scrape to the face. Two of the men who reached their arms out to help catch the little girl were reportedly injured–which isn’t a surprise after doing a back-of-the envelope calculation: Gleaning from the video, the toddler was in midair for approximately 2 seconds, which would have pummeled her into the men’s arms at almost 44 miles per hour.