Gable worked at the Child Care of the Future on the 700 block of Secane Avenue in Primos, Pennsylvania. The child flies down the steps and falls on the landing between a first set of steps and a second set.
Gable can be seen in the video apparently looking up at the camera after pushing the child.
Sarah Gable, 52, of Folcroft, Pennsylvania, was charged with simple assault, harassment, and endangering the welfare of ac hid, court records show.
She will also likely be charged with reckless endangerment.
The surveillance camera was installed just minutes before the assault.
And, in the the same moment Gable realizes her troubles, she looks directly into the newly-installed camera above her.
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Given the image's clarity, she may as well had said "Cheese!" Police report the camera was put in place just a short time before the incident happened. Tavares said that after the incident, Gable was sacked.
"I was so upset".
"It still hurts me, just seeing the video. We don't do this to children, '" Tavares told the station. After footage was released of 52-year-old Sarah Gable allegedly mistreating one of the children, the community is in an uproar.
The child suffered a knee injury but was still able to return to the school the following class day.
Daniel Anthony McGarrigle, Gable's attorney, said today to ABC News that Gable is "relieved" that the child was not injured. She is now out on a $25,000 bail. "She has had no prior contact with the criminal justice system", he said.