A three year old boy has fallen to his death from a second floor window in Dundee. The boy has not been named as yet and very few details have been released.
BBC News reports that, a 3 year old boy has fallen from a second floor apartment in a building, in Dundee. Currently, it is not known the full set of circumstances, but the police are investigating. The incident took place at around 14:30. Tayside Police were called to Denhead Crescent and discovered that the 3 year old boy had seriously damaged his head. The boy was taken to Ninewells hospital in Dundee, where he died shortly after arriving at the hospital.
The boy's name has not been released yet and police won't release details until all next of kin have been informed and a formal identification has taken place. However, the three year old boy fell from his home in the Charleston district of Dundee and received serious head injuries. Tayside police have now launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death according to Metro.
News UK reports that, the incident took place on Friday afternoon. Unfortunately doctors were unable to save the boy. Further information will be released once all the next of kin have been informed and a formal identification has taken place.