The Scottish police have commenced an investigation into the tragic fall of a two-year-old girl from the top floor window of the block of flats in Barrhead, near Glasgow.
According to Daily Mail, the toddler who is currently fighting for her life plummeted 40 feet from the four-storey block of flats around 8.25pm on September 2.
Laying unconscious after the fall, emergency rescue teams who rushed to the scene within a few minutes took the child (name withheld) to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow.
"Police received report of a two-year-old girl who was injured after falling from the window of a flat on Craighead Way in Barrhead around 8.25pm on Thursday, 3 September.
"Emergency services attended and she was taken to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow, where her condition is described as stable.
"Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances surrounding this incident," police spokesperson said.
Although the injuries of the toddler remain undisclosed, the Barrhead News reports that the child's parents, who reportedly moved into the flats last November, are said to be keeping a bedside vigil at the hospital.