Ifrah Siddique was just like any other two year old girl.
She liked to playing dress up and had the sweetest of smiles.
On Friday, Irfah was at a Payless Shoe store with her family. The toddler was trying on shoes when a mirror fell off of a wall and smashed over her head.
The precious baby girl was rushed to the Southern Regional Medical Center in Riverdale, Georgia.
But sadly she was pronounced dead at hospital. Police have said the death appears to be an accident.
The girl’s father, Moshin Siddique, told Fox 5 he feels ‘dead, like I am no more.’
‘That was my little girl,’ the heartbroken father said through tears.
‘We’re pulling through,’ Ifrah’s cousin Aquib Iftkhar told WTSP. ‘Everybody is still grieving and it’s really hard. We’re in a state of shock.’
Latisha Culpatrick works at the store next to Payless.
She told Fox her heart stopped when she head a loud crash and a woman’s scream.
‘I could hear the crash and the mom screaming,’ she told Fox.
‘Everybody was crowded around the door. It was just tragic.’
‘I’m sure the mom didn’t think when she was coming in to go shopping she wouldn’t come out with her child. That’s bad. Really bad.’
Culpatrick, who is a mother herself, said she saw blood and assumed the child had a seizure.
‘I didn’t know it was that bad,’ she explained.
The tragic accident happened at the Payless Shoe Source on the 7100 block of Georgia Highway 85.
The Siddique family has asked that the store ensure shelves and mirrors are secure to prevent another tragedy like this one.
Payless said the company is ‘devastated’ about the girl’s death in a statement to Fox 5.
‘Our deepest sympathies go out to the family of Ifrah Siddique during this time of incredible loss,’ the statement read.
‘We are devastated by this tragic event and are fully cooperating with authorities to reach and understand the nature of this accident. Out of respect for the family, no further information will be provided at this time.’