Colorado family decides to move out of their Fort Carson housing after pregnant woman falls through floor

Colorado family decides to move out of their Fort Carson housing after pregnant woman falls through floor

A Colorado family has made the difficult decision to relocate from their Fort Carson housing after the pregnant woman of the house fell through the floor. The incident occurred when the woman, who is expecting her second child, stepped on a section of the floor that unexpectedly gave way, leaving her with minor abrasions and bruises.

In light of the incident, the family has chosen to vacate their Fort Carson home, citing safety concerns and a lack of confidence in the structural integrity of the premises. The commanding officer of Fort Carson, Col. David Grosso, has expressed his regret for the incident and has taken steps to ensure that all housing in the area is inspected, and any necessary repairs are completed.

Despite the measures taken by Col. Grosso, the family has decided to take their leave of the Fort Carson housing. “The safety of our family is our top priority,” says the father of the household, who wishes to remain anonymous. “We are grateful for Col. Grosso’s efforts to make sure that no other family experiences such an event, but we cannot in good conscience remain in the housing while our doubts persist regarding its structural soundness.”

The family’s relocation is expected to be completed within the week, and they are currently in the process of identifying a new residence. It is unclear what will become of their Fort Carson home, though Col. Grosso has promised to make any necessary repairs and inspect the premises to ensure that future residents will not be in danger.

The woman’s injuries are not expected to have any long-term consequences, and the family is thankful that the event did not have a more dire outcome. Nonetheless, the incident has proven to be a wake-up call for the family, and they are now intent on finding a new residence in which they can raise their children in safety and security.