Boy, 11, falls 50ft to his death in Costa Blanca resort reception when practising parkour
- Travellers are considered to have witnessed the horror as he landed in reception
- He was rushed critically wounded from the scene but died late on Sunday evening
- The lodge or boy have not been named. Spanish police claimed he was Norwegian
An 11-calendar year-previous boy has died after falling additional than 50 feet at a Costa Blanca hotel even though practising parkour.
Several visitors are assumed to have witnessed the horror as he plunged from the roof in to the hotel reception place at about 3pm on Sunday.
The critically wounded boy was rushed to healthcare facility but died late on Sunday evening in Alicante, south-japanese Spain.
The resort in Alfaz del Pi, near Benidorm, has not still been named.
An 11-year-aged boy has died following plunging to his demise at a Costa Blanca lodge whilst practising parkour. Pictured: An aerial view of a seaside in Benidorm (file image)
A spokesman for Spain’s Civil Guard mentioned: ‘We are investigating but everything is pointing to the tragedy being the result of negligence on the part of the youngster who died.
‘He was not being at the hotel in Alfaz del Pi the place it transpired and got on to the roof of the building with a different pal to exercise parkour.
‘In an accident he appears to have fallen about 52 feet, landing in the reception hall on the ground ground.
‘He was taken to medical center in a quite extreme state, first Marina Baixa Clinic in Villajoyosa and then Alicante Normal College Clinic, the place he died on Sunday night time all-around 11.30pm.
‘The useless boy or girl is a Norwegian boy aged 11 who lived in Alfaz del Pi. That is the only details we have at the minute.’
Pictured: A common look at of Alicante Normal University Medical center, wherever the 11-year-previous Norwegian boy died at close to 11.30pm just after slipping 50ft at a nearby hotel
Officers have declined to name the resort but resources stated there ended up a number of people today considered to be holidaymakers in the reception place when the initial law enforcement arrived.
One explained: ‘Emergency responders started getting phone calls virtually right away just after the boy fell.’
Parkour is a sport in which individuals try to get from issue A to place B in the swiftest and most productive way possible.
In August a teen fell to his loss of life from the roof of a 17-storey developing in Hong Kong although practising parkour with two friends.