Neighbours have spoken of their horror after a six-year-old boy plunged to his death from the eighth floor of a tower block.
The youngster, who has not been identified, fell from the window of a flat at Lindsey Mount in Leeds on Tuesday. Four people been arrested on suspicion of child neglect.
Shocked neighbours laid a teddy bear and flowers close to the spot where the child hit the ground.
Maria Jordan, 50, who lives nearby on the large Lincoln Estate, said it was a heart-breaking tragedy: "My neighbour knocked on my door and told me a little boy had fallen to the ground.
"I don't know the family but it breaks my heart thinking about that poor kiddie. If I lived that far up I wouldn't let my grandchildren anywhere near the windows."
Father of three Mohammad Kulan, 42, a security guard, saw the aftermath of the tragedy from his house opposite Lindsey Mount.
"I looked out of the window when I heard the police sirens and there was a lot of people gathered in the gardens," he said. "Paramedics were tending to the boy but I don't think there was much they could do."
A police spokesman said: "Four people have been arrested on suspicion of child neglect following the death of a six-year-old boy who fell from a block of flats.
"Two males, aged 57 and 36, and a 28-year-old female remain in police custody along with a 16-year-old female who was also arrested in connection with the same incident."