Boy tossed off Bronx roof awakes from coma and talks to police

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The 9-year-old boy tossed off a Bronx roof by a neighbor came out of his coma briefly and talked to police.

The New York post says Freddy Martin told cops 17-year-old Casmine Aska showed up at his Morris Heights apartment February 1st, dragged him to the roof and threw him off.

Meanwhile, Aska told the Daily News he ate and took a nap afterward.  He said he was too traumatized to call for help, claiming he had a “brain freeze.”

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