The body of a three-year-old girl was found in the snow outside her family's home in the Weeksville section of Brooklyn early this morning. According to WABC 7, "Kyrah Martin was found in a snow drift" on Park Place around 1:15 a.m, "face down in the snow in the 20 degree temperatures" and with injuries that looked like she fell. The child was pronounced dead at Kings County Hospital. Cops went door-to-door in the building and found her parents, who apparently didn't realize their daughter wasn't at home. WCBS 2 reports that investigators are determining whether the toddler did fall.

Update: NY1 reports that police sources suspect the child fell from the building's roof. The investigation is still ongoing, but a neighbor told the station that the alarms for the building's roof door sounded (apparently not an unusual incident), "This morning, police knocked on my door, asking me if I had children and I said no, and I thought that maybe there was a child they were looking for. Then I heard my neighbors saying, no it was a child upstairs, they were looking for the parents because she fell. It’s tragic.”