By Humphrey Carter A 35-year-old Scottish tourist became the fifth British holidaymaker to fall to her death from a hotel balcony in Majorca yesterday while police have yet to identify a second victim who may also be British. Guardia Civil sources said yesterday that Rachel Dorothy fell from the ninth floor of her Palmanova hotel just after midnight. The 35-year-old, who was due to have gone home tomorrow, died instantly after falling seven stories onto the roof of the hotel terrace. The second tragic accident happened at a hotel in neighbouring Magalluf at 3.30am when a 17-year-old male, police claim is either British or Swedish, also fell to his death from a hotel balcony. The Guardia Civil yesterday opened investigations into both deaths, as well as a third. Yesterday morning a 40-year-old male fell over the edge of a cliff in the Cabo Blanco area of the island and also died. Guardia Civil sources said last night that, with regards to tourists, yesterday was one of the most tragic days in years, three deaths in less than 12 hours.

This week tributes were paid to a young golfer who died after apparently falling from a balcony while on holiday in Majorca two weeks ago.
David Collinson, 18, who played for the under-19s England team, had travelled with friends to Magalluf.
The teenager, from Southport in Merseyside, had just finished his A levels. The group were staying at an apartment block when the accident happened on the day they arrived. Last month two other British tourists died in balcony falls and in the UK travel watchdogs are growing increasingly concerned about the number of tragic deaths this summer in Mediterranean resorts. On Monday a British teenager drowned in a swimming pool in Alcudia while yesterday another young boy died in a swimming pool in Tenerife.
Over the past few weeks holiday watchdog groups h35-YEAR-OLD SCOTSWOMAN

NINTH FLOOR BALCONYave been urging tourists to be careful and sensible while on holiday.
Helpful guidelines have been issued by consumer groups as well as the Foreign Office.