An accidental verdict has been recorded into the death of a toddler who fell 50 feet from a block of flats in Bristol.
18-month-old Muna Abdirazak died of a head injury after falling from the kitchen window on the third floor of the flats in which she lived at Polden House, Windmill Hill, last July.
Paramedics attempted to save the little girl and she was taken to Bristol Children's Hospital, but later died.
HM Senior Coroner Maria E Voisin said the exact circumstances were not clear, but it's likely that she awoke from her sleep, climbed onto a chair and table and fell out of the window.
An inquest will be held today into the death of 18-month-old Muna Abdirazak, who died after falling from a window of a block of flats in Windmill Hill in Bristol in July last year.
The inquest will be held at Flax Bourton coroner's court.
A two-year-old has died after plunging 50 feet from a block of flats.
It's thought she fell from a window at her home in Bristol after it was left open because of the hot weather.
Neighbours say they're shocked and saddened at what's happened. Richard Payne reports:
A 2-year-old girl has died after falling more than 50ft from a block of flats.
The incident happened just before 7am on Monday at Polden House, Windmill Hill.
It is believed she fell from an open kitchen window.
Paramedics attempted to save the little girl and she was taken to Bristol Children's Hospital but later died.
More as this story develops.