The first of the baby lady on the centre of a Cardiff murder trial has been released to the general public.
Elsie Scully-Hicks used to be 18 months previous when she died after struggling catastrophic accidents in May 2016.
Her adoptive father, Matthew Scully-Hicks, 31, of Delabole, Cornwall, is on trial at Cardiff Crown Court and denies her murder.
The used to be issued through South Wales Police after pass judgement on Mrs Justice Nicola Davies licensed its free up.
On Thursday, the jury heard proof from paramedic Jonathan Aberg.
Reading from his notes, he stated: “Dad reported child screamed out as in pain and collapsed. Called 999. CPR commenced.”
Paul Lewis QC, prosecuting, prior to now advised the jury that Mr Scully-Hicks had by no means advised his husband, police or medical doctors that Elsie had screamed out.
Mr Aberg added: “He (Matthew Scully-Hicks) directed us spherical to the best to the place the kid used to be. I imagine she used to be on her again.
“She gave the impression dead. Slightly blue. We began CPR. She wasn’t respiring. She had no pulse.”
On Wednesday, a former neighbour of the Scully-Hicks circle of relatives, James Bevan, advised the jury he heard offensive swear phrases being shouted on the toddler.
Elsie died within the early hours of 29 May 2016, two weeks after being officially followed.
She were taken in through the couple 8 months prior to now however in that point had suffered a number of accidents together with a fractured ankle and a collapse the steps.
Medical assessments prior to she died confirmed she had suffered haemorrhages to her mind.
Post-mortem examinations published she had additionally suffered damaged ribs, a fractured left femur and a fractured cranium.
The trial continues.