Langley residents show support after toddler death

Langley residents show support after toddler death
An outpouring of support in Langley Friday.
A vigil was held for the four-year-old boy who fell from the window of a three floor townhome in the township’s Willoughby area Thursday.
All day long, dozens of people, mostly strangers, stopped in to bring blue balloons and messages for the family.

“I can’t imagine what they are going through but anything we can do to support them and show they have everyone behind their backs”
Speaking to Global News, Carley Woodward says it hits close to home, because she has a son the same age.
“I ran around my house and locked all my windows because we’re in a three-story townhouse as well. It can happen to anybody”
The vigil was held across the street from the family’s complex.
While the parents were home during the accident, police do not consider it suspicious.
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