Police named yesterday the three-year-old girl who died when she became entangled in playground equipment on her first day at nursery.
Lydia Bishop suffered serious injuries at York College Day Nursery's outdoor play area on Monday afternoon.
Emergency services were called at 2.35pm and took Lydia to York District Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
A joint investigation has been launched into the incident but police said they were not treating it as suspicious.
North Yorkshire Police said it was believed to be Lydia's first day at the nursery and her death was described as "absolutely devastating" by the college.
An Ofsted inspection carried out in September 2009 found that the overall quality of provision at the nursery was good and also described the outdoor facilities as "superb."
The inspector said in the report: "Risk assessments, which cover the indoor and outdoor environment of the nursery, reduce the possibility of accidents."
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