BOULDER CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- A 2-year-old was critically injured after a redwood tree crashed into a Boulder Creek home in the Santa Cruz Mountains on Tuesday, according to fire officials.
Around 6:25 p.m. a Boulder Creek fire crew responded to a home at 110 Bob Cat Lane for a report of a person trapped under a tree that went into a home.
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When crews arrived they determined that the winds broke off the top of a redwood tree that "speared" through the house, trapping the 2-year-old underneath the tree.
Emergency crews quickly worked to rescue six people from the home and immediately started performing life-saving measures on the baby.
Fire officials say the 2-year-old was critically injured but was conscious and breathing when they were taken to the hospital.
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