Young boy remains in critical condition after fall from hotel balcony

Young boy remains in critical condition after fall from hotel balcony

A young boy remains in critical condition after a fall from a hotel balcony in Limerick.

It is understood the youngster, thought to be aged between two and three years old, fell from the sixth floor of the Strand Hotel on the Ennis Road at about 1pm yesterday afternoon.

The is normally reserved for functions and was not in use at the time of the fall, and it is unclear why or how the child came to be there.

He is being treated at University Hospital Limerick.

A spokesperson for the hotel said their thoughts and prayers are with the boy's family.


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