Police are describing the death of a four-year-old girl in Grimsby as "unexplained".
Poppy Widdison died at the weekend after being transferred from Grimsby to Sheffield Children's Hospital.
Two people have been arrested.
Police have released the name of the four-year-old girl who died following an incident in Grimsby.
Poppy Widdison, of Ladysmith Road, Grimsby, died in the early hours of Monday at Sheffield Childrens Hospital after she was transferred, following her admission to Grimsby Hospital with serious injuries on Sunday.
The exact circumstances into her death are still being investigated by detectives and at this time it remains unexplained.
A 34-year-old woman and a 36-year-old man, who were arrested in connection with the incident, both remain in police custody.
The death of a four-year-old girl in Grimsby is being treated as unexplained.
A 34-year-old woman and a 36-year-old man, who were arrested in connection with the incident, both remain in custody.
Humberside Police were contacted at approximately 10am on Sunday after being alerted by medical staff at hospital that the girl had been admitted with serious injuries.
The child was later transferred to Sheffield Children's Hospital in a critical condition where she died.
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