Police Scotland Investigate After One-Year-Old Baby Girl Dies At Haven Caravan Park
An investigation has taken place after an unexplained death of a one-year-old girl fell ill at Haven’s Craig Tara Caravan Park in Ayrshire, Scotland.
In a heartbreaking incident, a one-year-old baby girl tragically passed away at the Haven Craig Tara Caravan Park in Ayrshire, Scotland, sparking a police investigation.
The infant fell ill and was rushed to the hospital but sadly could not be saved. Authorities are treating the death as unexplained, and an investigation is currently underway.
The incident occurred in the early hours of Sunday, October 22, when emergency services were called to the Haven Craig Tara Caravan Park. Reports indicated that the one-year-old baby girl had taken ill, prompting immediate action.
The baby was swiftly taken to the University Hospital Ayr but, despite the efforts of medical professionals, she tragically passed away. As of now, the identity of the baby has not been released, and the police are treating the death as unexplained.
Police Scotland has launched an investigation into the sudden death of the infant. Detectives are working diligently to uncover the circumstances surrounding the tragic event.
The authorities were alerted to the incident when a report was received in the early morning of October 22.
The police spokesperson stated, “We received a report of a one-year-old baby girl having taken unwell at an address in the Dunure Road area of Ayr around 5.50am on Sunday, October 22.”
The investigation is ongoing as the police seek to determine what happened.
Haven, the company responsible for running Craig Tara Caravan Park, expressed their deep sadness and condolences to the family affected by this tragic incident.
In a statement, a Haven spokesperson said, “We are deeply saddened by the tragic news. Our thoughts are firmly with the family and all those affected at this very difficult time.”
The company is fully cooperating with the authorities and providing assistance with their investigations. As the matter is now under police jurisdiction, Haven refrained from making any further comments.