A teenage female Brit holidaymaker has been rushed to hospital after plunging from the fourth-floor of a hotel in Magaluf .
The 19-year-old tourist was said to be serious after the early morning fall.
She cheated death after hitting a ledge over some stairs on her way down.
The mid-air collision stopped her from falling further although she is still believed to have fallen nearly three floors.
She was found lying unconscious on some stairs by the three-star HM Martinique Hotel in the brash Majorcan party resort, around 8am.
Local reports which could not be immediately confirmed with police or paramedics said she appeared to have drunk a large amount of alcohol .
She was rushed to Son Espases Hospital in the island capital Palma.
The number of Brits involved in hotel falls this year in Magaluf has dropped.
But in May bricklayer Andrew Phillips, 25, from Newport, Wales, was left in a coma after suffering severe head injuries when he plunged from a hotel balcony on the first night of his holiday.
He was critically ill for five days before being flown back to recover at home.
Mum Joanne Phillips, 45, said soon after he returned that he had a bleed between his brain and the skull and it could be up to 10 years before he fully recovered.
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