Incredible moment & # 39; hero & # 39; teenager catches toddler as she falls from window on second floor in Turkey
- Feuzi Zabaat saw the little Doha Muhammed on the edge of a window in Istanbul
- Teen managed to catch toddler when she plunged with his head to the floor
- The two-year-old girl was unharmed in the dramatic incident at her family's house
A hero of a hero miraculously caught a falling toddler when she fell to the floor from a second-floor window in Turkey.
CCTV recordings were recorded when the two-year-old girl was caught when she fell out of her family's house.
Feuzi Zabaat saw few Doha Muhammed was about to fall off the ledge in Istanbul's Fatih district last Thursday.
She had gone to the edge of the apartment window while her mother was in the kitchen, the local media reported.
The incredible moment that Feuzi Zabaat yanked Doha Muhammed as she fell to the sidewalk in front of her house
The Algerian Feuzi Zabaat, 17, pictured today with the Syrian toddler Doha Muhammed a week after he caught her when she fell out of a second-floor window in the Fatih district of Istanbul
Zabaat, born in Algeria, then positioned herself under the window and plucked the young from the air as she headed towards the ground.
The clip shows that despite the girl falling at speed, Zabaat was able to hold her and prevent her from getting on the sidewalk.
Zabaat can be seen as he extends his arms to catch Doha while passers-by realize what has happened.
Safe landing: Doha landed in the arms of Zabaat after falling out of the window on the second floor
The pair was reunited a week after the miraculous catch. Feuzi Zabaat with the little Doha Muhammed today
The 17-year-old, who works in a photo frame, told the Turkish media: & # 39; I did what was necessary for the love of Allah. & # 39;
Doha, who is from Syria, survived the accident without any injury and the couple posed together later.
The dramatic scene was captured by the security camera of a store in an adjacent building.
As a thank you, the Doha family gave their daughter's counselor a gift of 200 Turkish lira & lbs (£ 27.21).
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