Life in cartoon motion, or: Cheap pop references for unlikely events

OR: tobacco shop saves the day:
An 18-month-old girl in Paris, France, appeared unhurt after falling seven stories and bouncing off an awning into a man's arms, witnesses told Le Parisien newspaper.

Witnesses said the child and a sibling had been left alone briefly Monday in their seventh-floor apartment in the city's 20th arrondissement, east of the central city. The girl fell out of a window, but a boy on the street saw her falling and alerted his father, who caught the baby after she bounced off the awning of a tobacco shop and cafe on the building's ground floor, the paper reported.

The man with the quick reflexes and good hands, a doctor, looked over the girl and didn't find any injuries, but handed her off to an ambulance crew to be safe, according to Le Parisien.
There's just too much awesomeness here to even fully express. It turns out that the tobacco shop awning should have been rolled up today, because the store was closed -- but the mechanism broke the night before. Amazing!