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Horror: 1-year-old girl dies after being hit by Land Rover in church parking lot after Bible reading

  • The child was rushed to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, but not long after.

A one-year-old girl has died after being hit by a Land Rover in a church car park following a Bible reading in Scotland.

Emergency services rushed to the Plymouth Brethren meeting hall in the village of Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, at 7.45pm on Wednesday.

The child was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary but died shortly afterwards. The 40-year-old man driving the car was not injured, police said.

The Plymouth Brethren Church told BBC Scotland that the accident happened after a Bible reading in the hall and that the killed baby was part of its “vibrant local community”.

A one-year-old girl has died after being hit by a Land Rover in a church car park in Scotland.

A one-year-old girl has died after being hit by a Land Rover in a church car park in Scotland.

Emergency services rushed to the Plymouth Brethren meeting hall in the village of Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, at 7.45pm on Wednesday.

Emergency services rushed to the Plymouth Brethren meeting hall in the village of Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, at 7.45pm on Wednesday.

The church said in a statement: “We are a very supportive church and we are providing the family and friends of those involved in the accident with the help they need.”

The spokesperson also thanked members of the emergency services who attended the incident.

On its website, the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church describes itself as a community of more than 50,000 members in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the Americas (including the Caribbean) and the United Kingdom.

He adds that the Church is “deeply family-oriented and its members live, work and pray as ‘brethren’.”

A heavy police presence was at the scene on Wednesday evening and Police Scotland launched an investigation into the collision.

A heavy police presence was at the scene on Wednesday evening and Police Scotland launched an investigation into the collision.

A heavy police presence was at the scene on Wednesday evening and Police Scotland launched an investigation into the collision.

Inspector Scott Deans, of Police Scotland, said: “At this time our thoughts are with the family of the deceased, as well as everyone else affected by this tragic incident.

“Our investigation into the circumstances continues and we would like to thank the entire Balmedie community for their patience and understanding while officers carry out their inquiries in the area.”

“Anyone with information should contact police on 101, quoting incident 3390 of May 15, 2024.”

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