A police investigation has been launched after a two-year-old girl fell from a window on the top floor of a four-storey block of flats.
The horrific evening incident took place last week on Craig Headway in Bear Head.
Paramedics arrived at the scene within minutes and the unconscious child, whose name was not released, was taken to a Glasgow hospital.
Detectives and police have launched an investigation. Scotland The Public Protection Unit dropped the girl 40 feet to the ground in the incident.
A spokesman said: “Police received a report of a two-year-old girl who was injured when she fell out of a flat window on Craig Headway in Bearhead around 8.25pm on September 2.
“Emergency services attended and he was taken to the Royal Children’s Hospital in Glasgow, where he is said to be in stable condition.
“Inquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident.”
No details have been released about the girl’s injuries and her parents are believed to be in bed at the hospital.
Neighbors said they were in the dark about the incident.
One added: “We are told that a young girl fell from the upstairs window but something else.
“Emergency services were on the scene immediately and police have returned a few times since then.
“I don’t think a lot of people realized what was happening then.”
It is not clear if the girl fell in front of or behind the building or in which room she was in at the time of the accident.
Councilor Danny Devlin said the local community was shocked by the news of the girl’s accident.
He added: “No one really knows what happened here.
It is flat. Council And the family has a tenancy.
This is a shocking event and our thoughts are with the girl and her family.
“Everyone is hoping and praying for his full recovery.”
Mr Devlin said he was not aware of any security issues around the property or its windows. Flats in the area are believed to have been rebuilt in the last 15 years.