Shawayne Tavares, a manager at the center, said she witnessed the incident unfold via the surveillance video in real time.
"I was so upset. I had tears in my eyes. She picked up the shoe and tried to come to the end of the stairs like, 'Oh, it was her shoe' that caused her to fall," Tavares told WCAU. "I'm like, 'It's not her shoe. I just watched you on camera do it.' Her eyes literally were like, 'Help me.' She needs to go to jail for that. You don't put your hands on a child. Point-blank."
Gable was immediately confronted by other workers, who called the police.
According to WCAU, the young girl suffered a minor knee injury as a result of the fall, but returned to the facility on Monday.
Gable, however, is currently out on bail and is facing charges of simple assault, harassment and endangering the welfare of a child. Police said she will also likely be charged with reckless endangerment.