Published: Sun, March 12, 2017
U.S. | By Jeffery Vega

Surveillance video shows little girl being blown away in yesterday's heavy winds

Surveillance video shows little girl being blown away in yesterday's heavy winds

A 4-year-old girl was literally blown away when she tried to open her front door, and the video is all over social media.

Security camera footage from the home of OH resident Brittany Gardner shows her young daughter, Madison, walking toward the front door of the home.

Thankfully, Madison held on tight and was just fine!

She is seen desperately clinging to the door handle while her mom runs to her rescue. She opened it and the wind caught the door, sending her on a ride. "Then we showed her the video and she was laughing at it too", said Gardner.

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Her mother says she was unloading the auto when she saw it happen.

Mom, Brittany, says Madison was briefly pinned between the door and the side of the house but she wasn't hurt. "She was scared and then kind of embarrassed. I had to unlatch her from the handle".

Whoever said children can't fly has obviously never met Madison Gardner.

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