A child died after she was injured by falling roof tiles in a strange hotel accident because she was protected from the rain

TODDLER died after hitting a roof tile that was He falls From a hotel in Mallorca.

The 14-month-old girl and her parents were said to have taken shelter from the rain under the hotel entrance balcony before the tragedy.


The young girl is said to be in an ‘extremely dangerous’ condition after hitting the falling tiles in Mallorca at the Green Garden Aparthotelcredit: Solarpix

Then the heavy tile slipped on top of the sink during the freak accident at the Green Garden Aparthotel in Cala Rajada around midday on a Friday.

The young man settled on the scene before being taken to the island’s Son Espases hospital.

She had suffered severe head injuries and was admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

It is believed that the little girl, who was on vacation with her family, is Dutch.

Hospital sources confirmed that the girl lost her battle for life in the early hours of this morning.

Civil Guard officers are investigating the Spanish island and will report to a local judge tasked with coordinating the investigation.

Local reports said the tiles were believed to have been liberated due to heavy rain.

It is not known whether the family was staying at the hotel on the east coast of Mallorca or was simply passing by when the child was injured.

No one was immediately available for comment from the hotel, which is described as a “family-friendly” four-star accommodation with services “tailored to the entertainment of children and the relaxation of adults”.

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