A Wasilla boy was medevaced to Anchorage after falling from a second-story window Monday morning and suffering head injuries, according to Mat-Su Borough officials.

According to Clint Vardeman, deputy director of Central Mat-Su Emergency Services, someone at the West Canterbury Drive home called dispatchers just after 10:50 a.m. Crews were on scene in about 10 minutes.

“It was called in as a 4-year-old boy who fell from a window with head swelling,” Vardeman said.

A LifeMed air ambulance flew the boy to Providence Alaska Medical Center. Vardeman says there isn’t any immediate word on his condition Monday afternoon.

“When he was loaded on, the aircrew indicated that he was unconscious at the time,” Vardeman said.

While foul play isn’t believed to be a factor, Vardeman says further information about the circumstances wasn’t available.

“The fall was accidental, but beyond that we don’t know details,” Vardeman said.

Vardeman says Valley crews haven’t seen many incidents of children falling from windows, despite at least three reported in Anchorage last summer.

“Not this year -- we’ve been very lucky, knock on wood,” Vardeman said.