HORROR! AS 5 YEAR OLD FOUND DEAD AFTER SUFFERING FROM DAMAGES FROM A BROKEN MIRROR
Several people were left heartbroken as they mourn the catastrophic death of five year old Freddie Farrow who lost his young life from a broken mirror at a departmental store in Fenwick’s department store located in Colchester area.
Young Freddie failed to survive the injuries sustained from the accident despite the protracted efforts member of staff of Fenwick’s department store and the emergency workers.
Residents of the Colchester community gathered in their large numbers to witness and pay their last respect to the 5-year old Freddie whose funeral took place at Colchester Crematorium.
Mother of the late Freddie Miss Ingham in her tribute to her late son said: “He will never leave us; He will be with us every single day throughout all our lives; until we see him again”.
She continued stating that “As a family we are devastated by his death that He was such a lovely little boy – and very cheeky in a lot of ways”.
On one part Freddie’s headteacher, at school Ms. Polly Bradford, in her tribute said: ‘Freddie was a little star, sensitive and caring nature shone through with his friends, who he always looked out and cared for; He was a sweet-natured boy who was always polite and well-mannered with everyone, he came across in school”.
However the Essex Police have commenced a probe into the occurrence of the broken mirror at the departmental store. While the officials of the departmental store company Fenwick also stated that the company is was working with the local authorities to unveil what happened while the store is closed in honour of the late five-year-old Freddie Ingham.