In Detroit, in 1937, a baby fell from the 4th floor of a building, falling on a man who was passing below. One year later exactly the same thing happened – another baby, another 4th floor window, same man.
Street Sweeper Joseph Figlock was furbishing up an alley when a baby plopped down from a fourth-story window and struck him on the head and shoulders. Figlock and the baby were injured but not killed. One year later, as Figlock was sweeping out another alley, two-year-old David Thomas fell from a fourth-story window and landed on Figlock with the same results.