Awful, awful, awful news. Utterly devastating. Condolences to everyone involved.
That's so, so sad. Poor kid, poor family and friends, it's just awful for everyone involved. RIP.
Awful, awful event. My thoughts are with all involved.
So so sad, another family destroyed.
My condolences to family and friends.
Stay safe everyone
RIP poor kid, in unrelated news I returned a run over cat to it's owners yesterday, it was heart wrenching seeing their reactions to the unfortunate animals death
I have an 8 year old son. He's going to get a big quiet hug tonight.
Thoughts & prayers to the little lad, family & friends
Jesus how awful.
Too sad for words. My deep condolences to the family and friends of this young boy.
A Terrible, terrible loss :-[
Heartbreaking. RIP little guy.
thought and prayers for ali, his friends and family.
yes 20 mph is best.
RIP young mr Nasralla
Shocked to read this in LCC newsletter this am.
My sincere condolences to the family.
Last week, there was another severe crash involving a 10 year old cyclist. He was hit by a car and airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries. Fortunately, he seems to be in stable conditions.
(Sorry for posting here but at the moment the system does not allow me to open new threads.)
As usual, the driver was cleared in court. yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/10112619.Footballer__could_not_have_stopped__before_hitting_boy_on_bike__inquest_hears/
A very rare accidental death verdict. Interesting that the police testified that the driver was within the speed limit and could not have avoided the impact. Tragic all round.
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