Emergency services have rushed to a three year old girl this evening who has fallen from the 3rd floor flat of Mulberry House on the junction of Bedford Street and St James’ Road in Southsea.
Police remain at the scene and the area is taped off around the area below the flats.
Eyewitnesses have said that a young child fell to the ground landing beside two thirteen year old boys who were below. The little girl was responding well once she regained consciousness.
The girl has been rushed to hospital where urgent medical assessments are taking place.
Investigations into the accident have been launched.
Detective Inspector Dan Voller said: “We would like to thank everyone who has called us following our appeal about Trinity.
“Our priority is to make sure she is safe and well, as her family are concerned for her welfare.
“One line of enquiry is that she remains in the Meon Valley area.
“We would like to hear from anyone who thinks they have seen someone matching Trinity’s description recently.
Perhaps you have seen someone camping in woodland, or someone matching her description has approached you recently?
“If so, please call us.”
Trinity is described as being white, around 5 feet 4 inches tall, slim build, having brown shoulder length hair and brown eyes.
She was last seen wearing a burgundy dungaree style top with a thin black t-shirt underneath, black fluffy pyjama bottoms, a burgundy sweatshirt with a logo on the front and a pair of black and white pumps. She may also be carrying a black throw or blanket.
If you have seen Trinity or know where she is, then please call police on 101, quoting 44200176486