Published: Wed, March 08, 2017
National | By Miranda Cannon

Video shows daycare worker pushing child down stairs, police say

Video shows daycare worker pushing child down stairs, police say

Gable was sacked from the day care and arrested though she is now out on bail. Police say as soon as the daycare owner discovered the video of the incident, Gable was confronted and police were contacted.

The incident occurred at around 5pm on Friday, at the Child Care of the Future daycare center.

Sarah Gable was charged with assault after pushing a child down a staircase.

According to NBC 10 - Philadelphia, Tarvares also states that the daycare worker attempted to lie as she walked down the steps with the child.

"Apparently for no reason she takes this child and just throws her down a set of steps", Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said.

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As the 52-year-old bends over she spies the recently installed security camera and freezes momentarily.

A fellow daycare worker happened to be watching the newly installed camera at the time of the incident. She has since been released from jail on a $25,000 bail, the station reports. "She picked up the shoe and tried to come to the end of the stairs like, "Oh, it was her shoe" that caused her to fall", Tavares told WCAU.

"It still hurts me, just seeing the video", Tavares told CNN affiliate KYW. "I'm like, 'It's not her shoe".

The 4-year-old suffered a minor knee injury but is expected to make a full recovery. "So I always thought she was one of the best teachers", parent Ronnie Siekor said.

Manager Shawayne Tavares who was first to see the CCTV footage said: "The little girl was just really shaken up".

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