A three-year-old boy has survived after falling from the 15th floor of a residential building in eastern China, according to a newspaper report. The boy, who was named only as Qiqi, fell over 30 metres out of a window at the tower block in Changzhou in Jiangsu province, the Yangtse Evening Post reported. Chinese man survives after falling 60 metres to bottom of cave He has been admitted to hospital and is in a critical condition with multiple bone fractures, according to the article. The newspaper said the boy was miraculously lucky because it appeared he had first struck the ground on the face. The boy fell after workmen had removed glass panels from the window during renovation work, the report said. His mother had warned him not to get close to the window before she went to the kitchen. The boy was seen trying to lean his hands against what he thought was a glass panel before he fell, the report said. An unnamed security guard found the boy lying face down in soil in a garden next to the block. He was crying and the guard called for help. Woman plunges from 11th-floor Wan Chai flat ... and survives with scratches and minor rib fractures He was taken to hospital by a passing truck, the report said. Qiqi will have to undergo surgery for his injuries, hospital staff told the newspaper. Wet weather had softened the soil in the garden and a clothes lines on the seventh floor partially broke the boy’s fall, the article said.