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A woman has died after she fell from the ninth floor of a five-star hotel in London.
Emergency services rushed to The Standard in King's Cross shortly before 5:30am on Tuesday morning.
The woman, a guest at the hotel, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police said the tragedy was being treated as "non-suspicious" as forensic officers inspected the area throughout the morning, including the ninth-floor balcony from which the woman fell.
Euston Road was closed to the public while police attended the scene and a cordon remains in place at the scene.
A spokesperson for The Standard said: "We can confirm a tragic incident took place this morning.
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"Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the individual involved and we are providing any information the police require as part of their ongoing investigation."
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "Police were called to Euston Road at 5:26am following reports that a woman had suffered injuries consistent with a fall from a height.
"Officers attended alongside London Ambulance Service. A woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
"A road closure was put in place on Euston Road while inquiries continue."
Moses Bouchamie, 30, told the Evening Standard he witnessed the immediate aftermath of the woman's tragic death.
"There was a massive thud, then I saw a woman on the ground," he said.
"Staff from the Tube stop opposite raced over to her.
"Then the paramedics showed up and were working on her. It was terrible."
The Standard is an upmarket London hotel with room rates starting at £200 a night.
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