Child Dies after Falling from a Condominium Balcony in Panama City Beach, Florida
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL – According to an online news report whio.com, a 3-year-old child tragically died after falling from a balcony of a condominium that was nine stories high.*
The grandmother of a 3-year-old boy indicates that her grandson, who just wanted to see the ocean, fell from a ninth floor condominium to his death. According to the grandmother, soon after arriving at the condo, her grandson fell to his death because he wanted to see the ocean. The family of the accident victim is questioning why there were no childproof locks on a hotel room window located nine stories in the air. The representatives of the hotel indicated, in response to the accident, that“the loss of a child is heartbreaking and this tragedy has devastated us all.”
The child was pronounced dead at a Florida hospital.
A 3-year-old boy perished over the weekend after falling from a condominium balcony. He was from the Miami Valley of Florida. The boy and his family were visiting Panama City Beach from Medway, Florida, per the local medical examiner’s office. The boy fell from the ninth story of the Marisol Condominiums in the late afternoon over the weekend. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.
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