Mum’s tribute to baby daughter who died after falling from flat window

A mother whose toddler died after plunging from a third-floor window has paid heartfelt tribute to her 'angel'.

One-year-old Lexi suffered horrific injuries after falling from third floor off a building in Clydebank, Scotland, at about 2:10pm on Wednesday, report The Daily Record.

Maureen Bergene shared on Facebook a picture of her late dad Knut with her girl Lexi as she captioned: "Forever my angels."

She was taken to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow where she later died.

Police said inquiries were ongoing but Lexi's death did not appear to be suspicious.

Maureen's dad, aged 64, passed away the same week, on Friday.

Maureen's post has been flooded with messages of support and condolence following the death of Lexi.

'Lucille Gilleece' commented: "So sad, God give you strength to cope with this horrendous event. Fly high, Lexi."

'Linda Gallacher' wrote: "Maureen, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I can't begin to understand what you are going through just now."

One of Maureen's family member, Steffen, replied to well-wishers comments on a post: "We have read every single message, we are so touched by this.

"She will be looking after her grandpa, causing mischief with him again. Thank you so much for your kind words."

A witness last week told how he came across a scene of chaos after the toddler fell from the window of the flat on Dumbarton Road.

He said: “There was one woman in total hysteria. She couldn’t stop screaming and crying.”

Police placed a cordon around the scene as they stood guard at the flats.

A top window was open and children’s toys could be seen in a black car within the cordon on the street below.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the family protection unit at Clydebank Police Station.

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