Gorleston beach tragedy - cause of death confirmed
- Credit: Archant
Police have today confirmed a three-year-old thrown from a trampoline on Gorleston beach died of a head injury.
Despite frantic attempts to save her Ava-May Littleboy died from her injuries at the James Paget Hospital following the incident at around 11.15am on Sunday.
A Home Office post mortem examination took place yesterday (Monday) concluding Ava-May died of a head injury, a statement said.
However, further investigation will be undertaken to confirm this.
A police cordon will remain in place until specialists finalise their examinations of the scene and inflatable trampoline, being undertaken today.
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