An investigation is underway into the death of a 4-year-old boy who suffered a heart attack after being pulled from a swimming pool near Ilfracombe.
He was taken to North Devon Hospital and transferred to Bristol Children's Hospital where he later died.
The boy was on holiday with his family at Bicclescombe Grange holiday home and had been in the indoor swimming pool.
The police say the circumstances aren't known but don't believe the incident is suspicious.
It is understood the boy was on holiday with his family.
Police said the youngster was pulled from the swimming pool at Bicclescombe Grange near Ilfracombe on Friday at around 4.30pm.
He was taken to North Devon District Hospital and then airlifted to Bristol Children's Hospital, but later died.
The owners of the hotel, who were away at the time of the accident, said the Health and Safety Executive has examined the pool and found nothing untoward.
A police spokesman has said this is a very tragic incident and the circumstances are not known at this time but there is nothing to suggest this is suspicious.
We are very distressed at what's happened and are still reeling with the shock.
This is a terrible tragedy and my understanding is that this is a tragic accident.
All our thoughts are with the family at this very difficult time."
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