TRIBUTES have poured in for the baby girl who died in Clydebank after falling from a flat on Wednesday afternoon.

The Clydebank community and beyond took to social media to pay respect to the one-year-old girl who fell from a third-floor flat window on Dumbarton Road.

She was taken to hospital at the time, but police confirmed she passed away yesterday - leaving the community heartbroken. 

Hundreds of comments have been posted, with many stating they can't stop thinking about the baby and her family, who have been left "devastated".

Carol Sillars said: "Was praying she would pull through. RIP little angel. Thoughts and prayers with the family."

Gary Doherty wrote: "Devastated by this sad news. Thoughts to her poor family at this difficult time, fly high little angel."

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Tommy Beirne said: "A sad day in Clydebank. RIP little one...poor wee soul, god love thoughts and prayers to the wee one's family."

Lorraine Mauchan added: "Can't begin to imagine what the family are going through. Deepest condolences to all. RIP little angel."

Bankies also to took to their community Facebook group "Call Yersel a BANKIE!" to pay their condolences to the tragic tot, who has been named as Lexi Bergene.

Tammy Mcewan commented: "What an absolutely devastating time for her family, her poor mother, I feel her pain. May she rest peacefully now, and give her family strength to get through this hard time."

Celia Little added: "So so sad, heaven has a new wee angel RIP. God bless her parents."

It is believed the child’s heartbroken mum also has a 12-year-old daughter.

A shopkeeper who works at the U-Save groceries on Dumbarton Road, told our sister paper The Evening Times: “Everyone is in complete shock by the news. The mum of the little girl who died is a lovely, caring lady and she’s a regular customer here. This has clearly been some kind of freak accident.”

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The Post previously reported that a neighbour at the time said: "I don't know the family, I just stay close and saw someone standing crying. She was in hysterics at the door. It’s just tragic. It’s just really, really sad.”

Detective Inspector Steve Martin from the Family Protection Unit based at Clydebank continues to appeal for information.

He said: “The little girl’s family have been left devastated by the loss of their child and we are investigating the circumstances surrounding what happened.

“I continue to appeal for anyone who was in the area at the time, who may have rendered assistance to the family or emergency services, to please get in touch.

“I would also ask any motorists who were in the vicinity to check their dashcams in case they have captured anything which may be of significance.

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“Anyone with information is asked to contact the Family Protection Unit based at Clydebank Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 1888 of Wednesday 10 April 2019.”