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A one-year-old baby girl tragically died this weekend after “taking unwell” at a popular holiday spot in Scotland.
The tot fell ill overnight as the Scottish emergency services rushed to Craig Tara Caravan Park to save the little girl.
Paramedics arrived at around 5.50am on Saturday and quickly moved the one-year-old to University Hospital Ayr.
The baby girl could not be saved and died a short time later.
The death is currently being treated as “unexplained” as a Police Scotland probe into the death continues.
Craig Tara is a popular holiday camp located near Ayr in South Ayrshire, Scotland (Image: HAVEN HOLIDAYS)
An eyewitness at the holiday park told the Scottish Sun: “The police have been there since before 8am.”A forensic team has been inside a caravan for some time now and are combing the scene.”
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police 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 Saturday, October 21.
“The baby was taken to University Hospital Ayr where she died a short time later.
“The death is being treated as unexplained and enquiries are ongoing.”
Craig Tara is a popular holiday camp located near Ayr in South Ayrshire, Scotland, and run by Haven Holidays.
After taking over the holiday site from Butlins, Haven Holidays named the site Craig Tara and replaced existing chalet accommodation with static caravans.
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