A teenage Scottish woman has died after plunging from a seventh floor apartment on the Spanish island of Majorca.
Natalie Cormack, 19, was trying to climb from one balcony to another at her Eden Roc de Torrenova apartment in the popular resort of Magaluf when the tragedy happened, according to Spanish police.
She was trying to climb from a friend’s flat to her own in the popular holiday resort as she did not have her keys.
The woman had been working in a bar in the area and previously taken to social media to declare she was having the best time of her life, the BBC reported.
An ambulance crew rushed to the scene but was unable to save the teenager.
“We are still investigating but it seems she did not have any keys when she arrived at her apartment and went to a friend’s flat,” a Civil Guard Officer in Palma said.
“She was climbing to her own balcony when she fell from the seventh floor. We understand that she comes from Scotland and was working in a nearby bar, but we don’t have any more details yet.”
Her body was found on Saturday morning, though it is thought she could have been dead for several hours before she was discovered.
Police have launched an investigation into the incident.
“We are supporting the family of a British national following her death in Spain and our staff are in contact with the Spanish and UK police regarding the incident,” a spokesperson for the Foreign Office said.