Police and ambulance crews attended the property in the Golcar area of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, following reports of an injured child.
A two-year-old boy has died after he was found with serious injuries at home this morning.It's heartbreaking.' Another said: 'I heard the police arrive this morning.It's very sad.' A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: 'We were called at 7.26am to an address in Banks Road following reports of a two-year-old boy with serious injuries.'Both police and paramedics entered the property.I wouldn't wish it on anybody else.'Ms Taylor's fighting attitude has helped her find the energy to raise awareness of what it is like fighting cancer with various charities and fellow patients in the hospital waiting room.She added: 'I think my reaction was because it was a specialist facility dedicated to the treatment of cancer.'Before, my appointments were at general hospitals like Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and no one in the waiting rooms knew what I was there for, I was able to be anonymous.'When I was first diagnosed, I threw myself into charity work and barely had time to think about it.'I couldn't pretend everything was normal anymore and the reality was stark and shocking for someone like me who was in denial.'She has vowed to post a new video every weekday from October 20 to November 9, having already covered All Night Long by Lionel Richie with her mother Carol Hill and Don't Stop Me Now by Queen.Next door neighbour Susan Lloyd, 68, said: 'They haven't lived there very long - more than a few months, but I'd say only since Spring definitely.'I only spoke to the mum once and didn't get her name. He was so young.'Neighbour David Lockwood, 67, who has lived in the area for 40 years, added: 'They're a friendly family.