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Girl aged five from Camberwell in hospital after fall from second floor window

A five-year-old girl was rushed to hospital last night after falling from a second-floor window in Camberwell.

Met Police and joint-response paramedics were called to Paulet Road  where the girl was found with serious injuries.

A spokesman for the Met told the News: “Police were called to Paulet Road, Camberwell, at approximately 19:50hrs on Saturday, 21 May, to reports of a child fallen from a building.

“The five-year-old girl was taken to a south London hospital by London Ambulance Service.

“She is in a serious but stable condition. Enquiries continue.”

 

https://twitter.com/RoySmithMPS/status/734101378302382080?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Lambeth police officer Chief Inspector Roy Smith tweeted about the incident as 999 teams were scrambled.

Chief Insp Smith said: “Just responded with @LAS_JRU to a 5 year old female fallen out of a second floor window. Heart stops whilst multiple units and HEMS respond.”

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