Tragedy as one-year-old girl who fell from third-floor flat window in Glasgow dies in hospital 24 hours later
- The toddler fell from a block in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire in Scotland
- Was taken to children’s hospital in Glasgow but later died from her injuries
- Officers have said there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances
A one-year-old girl has died in hospital after falling from the window of a third-floor flat.
The toddler fell from a block in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, in Scotland yesterday.
She was taken to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow but has since died from her injuries.
The toddler fell from a block on Dumbarton Road in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, yesterday. Pictured police at the scene yesterday
Police are pictured at the scene today after a one-year-old died of her injuries following a fall from a window
Officers have said there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances. Pictured are police carrying out investigations yesterday
Police Scotland appealed for witnesses following the incident, near Boquhanran Road at around 2.10pm.
Officers said there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances. A report will be sent to the procurator fiscal.
Detective Inspector Steve Martin said: ‘The little girl’s family have been left devastated by the loss of their child and we are investigating the circumstances surrounding what happened.’
Officers cordoned off the building where a toddler fell and suffered fatal injuries in Clydebank
Police Scotland appealed for witnesses following the incident, near Boquhanran Road at around 2.10pm
He continued: ‘I continue to appeal for anyone who was in the area at the time, who may have rendered assistance to the family or emergency services, to please get in touch.
‘I would also ask any motorists who were in the vicinity to check their dash-cams in case they have captured anything which may be of significance.’
Anyone with information is asked to contact the family protection unit based at Clydebank Police Station on 101, quoting incident number 1888 of April 10.
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