Woman critical after plunging from 7th floor with legs bound as her missing one-year-old found after urgent search

A WOMAN was left in critical condition after plunging at least seven stories out of a window with her legs bound in what police have called a domestic incident.

Washington DC cops found the woman conscious at the scene and issued an Amber alert for her missing one-year-old child, who was later found safe.

The woman reportedly had “rope or some type of item” tied around her legs when police located her, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.

Witnesses called 911 as they tried to help the woman after the fall on Thursday evening.

She was transported to a local hospital with "significant injuries."

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An unidentified male was arrested in relation to a domestic incident connected to the woman's fall, officials say.

The "distraught" man returned to the scene and gave cops information that led to his arrest, said commander Duncan Bedlion.

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The one-year-old child was reported missing at first but was later found safe with a family member.

The child, Kylee Palmer, is the child of the victim and the suspect.

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A police investigation into the fall is underway.

No further details have been released about the cause of the incident.

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