Tragedy as toddler, 2, dies after plunging from seventh-floor balcony playing with brother


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According to the Guardia Civil, police officers in Binefar, Huesca, Spain, were called at around 19:30 on Monday by witnesses who saw the girl fall. She fell from the seventh floor of the building to the balcony on the first floor of the building.

The house where the girl fell was empty, so Guardia Civil officials with local police broke down the door in an attempt to save the girl, along with medical teams.

However, after performing resuscitation maneuvers for more than an hour, the girl was declared dead on the spot.

A team of the judicial police of the Guardia Civil of Barbastro arrived at the scene to investigate the death.

Sources close to the investigation said the toddler was playing with her five-year-old brother while her parents were in another room, Spanish news agency Efe reported.

Sources said the parents of the girl and her brother had gone to visit someone in the seventh floor flat.

Heraldo de Aragón newspaper reported that a customer of a pub on the ground floor of the building heard a strange sound, which he then investigated.

As he approached the back of the building, he saw the body of a girl on the first floor balcony. There are no balconies on any other floor at the back of the building.

The customer tried to help the girl himself, but it was not possible, according to the Herald de Aragón.

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Earlier this year in May, a 34-year-old Briton died after falling from a seventh-floor balcony in Magaluf.

Police believe he was involved in a dangerous activity known as balcony-hopping.

Balconing involves moving between two balconies outside the building or jumping into a pool from a balcony.

The government of the Balearic Islands – which includes top tourist destinations such as Mallorca and Ibiza – has even gone so far as to ban balcony-hopping, allowing hotels to kick out tourists taking part in the dangerous activity.


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