A TWIN four-year-old boy who always wanted to fly fell to his death from a 16th-floor window, cops say.
Little Jesse Delduca was staying with his family at a Florida condo when the fatal accident took place on Saturday morning.
The tragic events unfolded after his father noticed a window screen partially bent out and removed it, according to a report obtained by the Sun Sentinel.
The boy's aunt later looked out the window and saw the child's body on the ground.
Family members called 911 and rushed downstairs.
Philip, the dad, had initially opened the window in Jesse's room to let in a breeze, according to Metro.
While the medical examiner has described the boy's death as accident, a police investigation is ongoing.
The child's mother told cops that Jesse always wanted to fly, the Sun Sentinel reported.
"Goodbye ours Jesse boy!!!!'" mom Eliza Delduca later wrote on Facebook, according to The Daily Mail.
"Oh my God it hurts so much !!! please pray for us."
Jesse's family is from New York City, but they were staying at the Quadomain Condominium in Hollywood, Florida.
His father, mother, aunt and twin brother were all also staying at the condo.
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