Baby narrowly avoids death when tree crashes into roof and rains debris over ...

Baby narrowly avoids death when tree crashes into roof and rains debris over ...
Baby narrowly avoids death when tree crashes into roof and rains debris over ...
Heart-stopping moment five-month-old baby narrowly avoids death when tree crashes into roof and rains debris over his crib A baby monitor captured the moment a tree crashed into the roof of Courtney and Kale Buchholtz's home in Prairieville, Louisiana, last Friday Their five-month-old son Cannon is seen being shaken awake by a loud noise followed by debris raining down on him The parents said they are grateful the boy was left uninjured  A massive tree with a four foot trunk sliced the house in half and left their home with gaping holes on their roof, leaving their home 'unlivable'    'I am so thankful that our lives were spared tonight,' Courtney said on Facebook

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A baby monitor captured the terrifying moment a tree crashed into a Louisiana home causing debris to rain on a five-month-old boy in his crib.    

Courtney and Kale Buchholtz say they are grateful their son Cannon was unharmed when a storm caused a tree to fall through their Prairieville home last Friday, leaving the roof seriously damaged. 

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Video recorded by the baby monitor over Cannon's crib shows him being shaken awake by a loud noise followed by debris showering down on him.

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A baby monitor captured the terrifying moment a tree crashed into a Louisiana home causing debris to rain on five-month-old boy Cannon Buchholtz in his crib

A baby monitor captured the terrifying moment a tree crashed into a Louisiana home causing debris to rain on five-month-old boy Cannon Buchholtz in his crib 

Video shows Cannon being shaken awake by a loud noise followed by debris showering down

Video shows Cannon being shaken awake by a loud noise followed by debris showering down

Cannon's mom Courtney runs into the room and carries her baby to safety, crying: 'Oh my god! oh my god'

Cannon's mom Courtney runs into the room and carries her baby to safety, crying: 'Oh my god! oh my god'

'All of a sudden it sounded like a loud thunder, stuff was coming off the walls,' Kale, who was in the living room with his wife at the time, told WBRZ

The  startled baby begins to cry until his mother Courtney runs into the room and carries him to safety while exclaiming: 'Oh my god! oh my

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