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Girl, 2, dies at house as police launch investigation into ‘unexplained’ incident

Girl, 2, dies at house as police launch investigation into ‘unexplained’ incident

  • Officers were called to an address in Redding, Falkirk, on July 2 around 10.25am
  • A two-year-old girl had become unwell and she died a short time later 
  • Forensic officers conducted searches of the family home and are awaiting post mortem results 

Police are investigating after the death of a two-year-old girl at a house which is being treated as ‘unexplained’. 

Officers were called to an address in Redding, Falkirk, after reports of the girl becoming unwell on July 2 around 10.25am.   

The Scottish Ambulance Service attended the scene but the two-year-old was pronounced dead a short time later.  

Officers were called to an address in Redding, Falkirk, on July 2 around 10.25am after reports of a two-year-old girl becoming unwell

The death is being treated as ‘unexplained’ while they wait for the results of the post-mortem, Police Scotland said. 

A spokesman for Police Scotland said: ‘Around 10.25am on Thursday, July 2, officers were called to an address in Ward Avenue, Redding, Falkirk, following a report of a two-year-old girl becoming unwell.

‘The Scottish Ambulance Service attended and the child was pronounced dead a short time later.

‘Enquiries are ongoing and the death is currently being treated as unexplained pending a post mortem.’

Forensic officers conducted searches of the family home and are now awaiting the results of post mortem, The Mirror reported.  

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