The nine-year-old girl who was hit by a falling ceiling in a school hall in Milton Keynes during Storm Doris is expected to make a full recovery.
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The girl from Southwood School is being treated in hospital for what were being described on Thursday night as 'life-threatening' injuries.
The injuries are now not thought to be life-threatening and the school's headteacher has told ITV News Anglia that the girl is expected to make a full recovery.
The girl's condition in hospital is described as "serious but stable."
The ceiling collapsed in the school hall at about 3.30pm on Thursday when a section approximately 8ft by 5ft fell down.
About forty people were in the hall at the time including many children waiting for an after-school dance club to start.
A full investigation is being carried out and it is not yet known if the collapse was directly related to the strong winds brought by Storm Doris.
A second girl, aged 9, suffered minor injuries but was back in school on Friday.
Milton Keynes Council says it is supporting the school and that the investigation is now in the hands of the Health & Safety Executive.