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Two-year-old twins die after 'falling into fish pond'

Houses overlooking Dalgety Bay beach in Fife Credit: PA

Two-year-old twin boys have drowned after reportedly falling into a fish pond in Fife, Scotland.

Emergency services were called to the scene in Dalgety Bay at around 8.20am on Saturday after the boys were found.

Officers are supporting the family and working to establish the full circumstances of the incident.

A police spokesman said they were called at 8.20am on Saturday and told the boys had fallen in a pond.

The children were taken to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy where they sadly died.

Officers are supporting the family at this time. Inquiries to establish the full circumstances are ongoing."

– Police Scotland spokesman

Toddler death: police 'not looking for anyone else'

Police say they are "not looking for anyone else" in relation to the "unexplained death" of a two-year-old boy in Fife.

We are undertaking a thorough investigation and working with and supporting the immediate family. I can reassure the local community that at this time Police Scotland are not looking for anyone else in relation to this unexplained death.

– Superintendent Dougie Milton, Fife Division - Police Scotland

Toddler found dead in 'tragic circumstances'

A two-year-old boy has been found dead in a house in Scotland in what a police officer has described as "tragic circumstances".

An ambulance was called to the property in the Thornton area of Fife at around 8pm yesterday before police were informed and began an investigation into the death.

"This is a tragic set of circumstances where, sadly, a two-year-old boy has lost his life," Superintendent Dougie Milton said.