After hearing'screaming,' a 'beautiful' student midwife, 20, died suddenly.
Following reports of a "concern for safety" and witness accounts of screaming in the street, tributes have poured in for a student midwife who tragically and suddenly passed away at her home.
On Monday night, Jade Jones, 20, died unexpectedly in her Vermont Street home in Hull, East Yorkshire.
After reports of a "concern for safety," Humberside Police were dispatched to her terraced home at 8.45 p.m. on Monday, December 13th.
The death of the student midwife left her family and many friends heartbroken, prompting a flood of tributes on social media, according to HullLive.
"Such a beautiful girl inside and out, gone far too soon," one mourner wrote on Facebook.
On Tuesday, several flower bouquets and a photo frame were left outside the address.
At 8.45 p.m. on Monday, emergency services were dispatched to an incident off Vermont Street.
"Screaming" was heard in the street, according to witnesses.
"People were screaming in the street, it wasn't aggressive screaming, it was just sad," one said.
There were several ambulances and police cars on the scene, and residents were said to be "crying."
"It's so tragic," another witness said, "your heart goes out to those people, they were so upset."
Her death isn't being investigated as a homicide.
"We were called to reports of a concern for safety at a property on Vermont Street, Hull at 8.45pm last night, Monday, December 13," a Humberside Police spokesperson said. "Sadly, upon attendance, a 20-year-old woman was found to have died."
"This is being treated as a non-suspicious death, and the community is not in danger."
"Our thoughts are with the woman's family, and a file for the coroner will be prepared."