Pregnant Woman Survived Paris Terrorist Attack, Saves Her Baby by Hanging From 2nd Story Window

International   Steven Ertelt   Nov 17, 2015   |   12:08PM    Paris, France

A pregnant woman survived the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris over the weekend and saved the life of her unborn baby by hanging from a second story window.

A pregnant woman, seen on a video hanging from a second-story window, survived after she was pulled to safety by another terrorist attack survivor, according to an ABC News report. The woman in question can be heard yelling and screaming for help, “Please, please. I’m going to fall. I’m pregnant.”

ABC News reports that the person who rescued her was a man who was at the Eagles of Death Metal show where the main attack occured. He reportedly found her as he was trying to escape.

According to PEOPLE magazine, the woman was able to track down her hero through Twitter and thank him. They exchanged phone numbers to keep in touch.

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The woman, who has been identified by sources to ABC News using only her first name, Charlotte, was pulled to safety by another survivor of that attack who edged over to her from another window sill. Moments earlier she pleaded for help: “Please, please,” she says in French. “I’m going to fall. I’m pregnant.”

Her savior has now been identified as Sebastien Besatti, a musician and journalist who was attending the Eagles of Death Metal show with a friend and who stumbled upon the woman when he was looking for a way out himself.

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Besatti spoke to regional newspaper La Provence, telling them that after escaping the main part of the venue by “passing over dead bodies, wounded people, my clothes were full of blood.”

He crossed from one side of the venue to another behind a curtain on the stage, leading him to a balcony where the pregnant woman was hanging on a ledge. She asked him to help pull her inside and “that’s what I did.”

They lost each other in the scramble to escape, but now ABC News has learned that the woman has since been able to get in touch with Besatti so that he now knows she and her unborn child survived.

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