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A 5-year-old boy injured in Colchester’s Fenwick dies

It was confirmed that a 5-year-old boy who was injured in an incident in a department store died.

Immediately after 11:30 am last Tuesday, emergency services rushed to Fenwick on High Street, reporting concerns about the welfare of children.

When they arrived, they discovered that a 5-year-old boy had a serious head injury.

You can see that the mirror in the store fell on the boy.

Alongside the clerk and doctor, the Essex police officer immediately gave the boy first aid.

He was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge in crisis.

Essex police confirmed that the boy had tragically died from the injury.

Rob Huddleston, Inspector Morse, District Commander of Colchester, said:

“This is a truly tragic event, and all our thoughts are with the boy’s loved ones.

“On behalf of the executives I attend, I would also like to thank the general public and store staff for helping us.

“We are very grateful for your help.”

Essex Police specialists continue to support the boy’s family during this tragic period.

The Colchester Council is investigating the situation surrounding juvenile injuries under the responsibility of health and safety.

A spokesman said: “We are all deeply saddened by the news that a five-year-old boy died after the incident in Fenwick on Tuesday, July 27.

“Our idea is with his family and friends during this tragic time.

“We continue to conduct a thorough and thorough investigation into the situation of the incident, under the responsibility of health and safety.”



A 5-year-old boy injured in Colchester’s Fenwick dies

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