The Irving Police Department and Irving Fire Department are welcoming home a child who was injured on March 16 when a dresser fell on top of her.
According to the Irving Police Department, officers responded to an unconscious person call at 410 Collins Drive at 10:30 p.m.
Officers were notified by dispatch that 4-year-old Sarai Tirado was unconscious and not breathing.
Police said a dresser and television in Tirado's room fell on top of her while she was climbing up the front of the dresser to change the TV channel.
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Officers Long and Vanderveer arrived on scene and began providing CPR to Tirado until the Irving Fire Department arrived, police said.
Tirado was transported to a hospital where she has been recovering since March 16.
According to police, Tirado was released from the hospital on Tuesday, June 30, but she still has a long road to recovery.
The Irving Police Department and Irving Fire Department will recognize Tirado and welcome her home with a parade on Tuesday at 3:00 p.m.
After speaking with the child's mother, police have chosen to use this event to educate parents about the dangers of furniture falling onto on a child and the need to secure these items to the wall.
The 4-year-old also wanted to thank the officers and fire personnel who helped to save her life, police said.