A Flintshire town prayed for a little boy who was airlifted to hospital after reportedly falling out of a window.

North Wales Police were called to the incident on Woodfield Avenue, Flint, at around 4.30pm on Sunday.

Welsh Air Ambulance also attended the scene shortly after 6pm, drawing attention to the spot where it landed on the large field by Ysgol Gwynedd School.

According to residents, a four year old boy has fallen out of a window, sustaining serious injuries. Witnesses said that he has reportedly broke his legs and had badly bit his tongue during the fall.

Welsh Air Ambulance were at the scene for over an hour, before air-lifting the injured youngster to Alder Hey Hospital.

"Hopes and prayers" have been flooding Flint's social media page, with residents wishing the boy a speedy recovery and also thoughts to the "lovely family."