A 14-year-old girl died Tuesday morning in Cartagena, after falling from the 11th floor of the Terrazas de San Sebastián residential building in the tourist sector of Marbella, north of the city.
Staff of the Cartagena emergency regulator center moved to the site to address the tragedy, and investigate whether it was a suicide or an accident.
The secretary of the Interior District, Fernando Niño, confirmed that the child was 15 years old and that he was the daughter of a Colombian mother and a foreign father.
The young woman who fell from the building was not a tourist, she came from Cartagena and lived with her parents in the apartment of the building Terrazas de San Sebastián
According to early versions, the mother of the minor would have told the paramedics that her daughter was locked up crying in her room before the insurrection.
“After an argument with her mother, she makes the unfortunate decision to jump from the eleventh floor. Urgent acts are being carried out with the prosecution, but everything indicates that she was alone in the apartment when she made the decision,” said the Metropolitan Police commander , General Carlos Rodríguez.