An abusive Brooklyn mother faces murder charges after ruthlessly throwing her two young children out of her second-floor window on Saturday.

Twenty-four-year-old Dejhanay Jarrell is accused of throwing her unclothed offspring, a two-year-old boy and a newborn baby, from a two-story fire escape at around 11 in the morning on Saturday at her Rockaway Parkway home.

The naked women proceeded to leap off the ledge too and continued to harm and beat the young kids after jumping to the ground herself, police and witnesses said.

Jarrell now faces two counts of attempted murder, two counts of assault, two counts of reckless endangerment, and acting in a manner dangerous to a child younger than 17 charges, Fox News reported.

Carl Chin, 41, who lives in a townhouse adjoining the apartment building’s precinct, swiftly confronted the mother after noticing the scuffle. He managed to pry the baby out of the mom's pummeling hands, New York Post wrote.

“She grabbed hold of the two kids and proceeded to hurt them more,” Chin told The Post. “She had the baby in her grip, and I had to take the baby out of her grip and hold her until the police and paramedics came,” he added. “As she was trying to hurt her children, and I was getting them out of her grip, she kind of thanked me and told me to take care of them.”

According to Chin, after the horrific incident, Jarrell told him that she was “tired” of being alone, saying she's also left her sister-in-law “scared” and “traumatized.” Authorities were shortly summoned to the scene.

An NYPD spokeswoman said that the 4-week-old baby girl is in critical condition while the 2-year-old boy was left with non-life-threatening injuries but sustained contusions and internal trauma.

Jarrell, on the other hand, is suffering from a spinal fracture. The mother and the 2-year-old boy were brought to Brookdale Hospital while the newborn was rushed to Maimonides Hospital for immediate treatment.

According to the police, the newborn baby, who was left in a grave condition, is now being treated for a skull fracture, swelling of the brain, and renal injuries.

Jarrell’s children are now in the custody of the city’s Administration for Children Services. Police have secured video footage of the assault, sources added.

Neighbors of Jarrell expressed their shock at the assault. Herman Moultrie, 62, who lives in the building next door to Jarrell’s, said she was a good person and a family-oriented mother.

“She wasn’t hanging out in the streets or anything. I never knew she had problems like this,” Moultrie added. “I’m thinking she was tired of being alone, or maybe she was abused.”

Newborn baby Dejhanay Jarrel faces two counts of attempted murder, two counts of assault, two counts of reckless endangerment, and acting in a manner dangerous to a child younger than 17, after throwing her children out a 2-story window on Saturday. This is a representational image. Photo by esudroff/Pixabay