Police are investigating the death of a nine-day-old baby after he was rushed to hospital on Wednesday.
The tot died soon after an ambulance sped him from his home on Ferry Road to the Sick Kids Hospital.
Neighbours told how they heard screaming from the ground floor property around 9.50am where the tot lived.
One said: “I heard shouting. I knew it was bad. Everyone who came out the house was crying and got into the ambulance.
“Officers were stationed outside the house.
“My other neighbour told me that the baby died. It really is sad.”
Police were still guarding the property last night as the investigation continues.
Police confirmed a report will be sent to the fiscal following the tragedy on Wednesday.
A police spokeswoman said: “Police in Edinburgh were called to Ferry Road around 9.50am on Wednesday following a report of concern for a nine-day-old baby.
“The baby was taken to the Sick Kids where he was sadly pronounced dead a short time later.
“Enquiries into the full circumstances surrounding the death are ongoing and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.”
The death is being treated as unexplained at this time.