World Boy dies after fall from 6th floor of Hamilton high rise, witnesses say

17:57  12 july  2018
17:57  12 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Lewis Hamilton back on top in final practice at British GP

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A 12-year-old boy is in hospital with serious injuries after falling from a sixth floor apartment balcony in North York early Thursday morning. Emergency crews responded to the scene around 5:30 a.m. at a residential high - rise on Fountainhead Road near Sentinel Road and Finch Avenue West.

a man standing in front of a building: A boy died after falling from the balcony of a Hamilton high rise, eyewitnesses say. © David Ritchie/CBC A boy died after falling from the balcony of a Hamilton high rise, eyewitnesses say.

Hamilton police say they're investigating a "sudden death" at a high rise apartment at 50 Young Street near John Street. 

Eyewitnesses told CBC videographer  David Ritchie that a boy died after falling from a balcony on the sixth floor. 

Hamilton EMS say they responded to a 911 call around 4:15 p.m. for a report of a child in medical distress. 

a large white building: The incident happened at a high rise Hamilton apartment near Young and John streets, police say. © David Ritchie/CBC The incident happened at a high rise Hamilton apartment near Young and John streets, police say.

Police say they are in the preliminary stages of their investigation and are asking any witnesses with information to come forward. 

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