Police are researching the sudden demise of a nine-year-old young lady at her home in Glasgow.
Crisis administrations were called to the property, a semi-withdrew sandstone estate on the south side of the city, on Thursday evening and police said the schoolgirl’s passing was being dealt with as “unexplained”.
The young lady’s uncle said later that she was discovered dead by another kid and had “passed away in her rest”.
He told the Daily Record: “There is not all that much, the police are doing their occupation, they have to research these things.
“She has really been found by another youngster who thought she was resting. A grown-up endeavored to wake her and discovered she was oblivious, maybe from some seizure.”
Companions and relatives were said to have been consoling the young lady’s family at the property in Dumbreck Road, Pollokshields. One neighbor said they were a “truly decent family” with “two lovely little girls”.
A representative for Police Scotland stated: “Around 1.45pm on Thursday, police were called to a report of the sudden demise of a nine-year-old young lady inside a property in Dumbreck Road, Glasgow.
“Enquiries are continuous to build up the correct reason for death, which officers are regarding as unexplained right now.
“An after death examination will be completed at the appropriate time and a report will be submitted to the procurator monetary.”