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A New York woman is fighting for her life after a shopping cart plummeted four stories onto her head Sunday.

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A group of teens allegedly pushed the shopping cart over the ledge of the Target in East Harlem, New York. The woman was with her 10-year-old son when the cart unexpectedly crashed on her.

“Their friend was trying to stop it, saying, ‘Don’t do it!’ ” Vargas recalled. “But they didn’t care.”

“Whatever happens, happens,” Vargas said one of the teens responded before they launched the cart from the overhead walkway.

The cart bounced off a sign before landing on the unidentified woman below, witnesses said.

“Her son, a young boy about 10 years old, was on top of her crying,” Vargas said. “It was bone-chilling to see that.”

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