Toddler hurried to the hospital after falling from the building in East London
- The emergency services were brought to East India Dock Road in Poplar at 6.54 p.m.
- The child's condition remains unknown after it has been reported that it "fell from a height".
- Officers stay at the scene and there are road closures
A toddler was hospitalized after falling from a house in East London.
The emergency services were brought to East India Dock Road in Poplar at 6.54 p.m. after a child "fell from a height".
An ambulance was discovered near the scene, but the child's condition is unknown.
An ambulance lands after a toddler falls from a building in East London
The Scotland Yard & # 39; s Tower Hamlet store tweeted tonight: “The police called at 6:54 p.m. on East India Dock Road to receive reports of a child falling from a residential building.
The officials participated in the LAS (London Ambulance Service). The child, who is believed to be a toddler, has been hospitalized – we are waiting for an update.
Officials stay on site and the roadblocks are at the intersection with Chrisp Street and Newby Place. Motorists should use other routes. & # 39;
The Met Police appeals to witnesses.
The police were called at 6:54 p.m. on East India Dock Road (file photo) in Poplar. The child's condition remains unknown
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