Knowing where your children are at all times is the number one priority, especially during an extremely cold day. But sometimes tragic incidents
occur that cannot be explained.
With that said, I regret to inform you that a seven-year-old boy froze to death in Birmingham. Continue reading for more details.
A seven-year-old boy who froze to death went by the name of Hakeem Hussain. Speculation is that he froze to death after being left outside a house.
Hussain died from cardiac arrest because he was left outside of a Birmingham property for too long. His mother Laura Heath and her uncle Timothy Busk have been arrested. The cause is suspicion of wilful ill-treatment of a child.
Heath and Busk have been bailed out of jail while police continue with the investigation. What’s even more disturbing is a seven-year-old boy froze to death and no family went to his inquest at the Birmingham Coroner’s Court.
Hussain’s body was found on the morning of November 26. Emergency services were called to Mr. Busk’s home in Nechells where they found Hussain in cardiac arrest. Attempts were made to revive him but he was pronounced dead at 7:40am.
There wasn’t a dry eye in the house as he delivered his lines with poignancy, grace and humour.
‘The twinkle in his beautiful eyes was as bright as the stars in the sky, and our love for him will shine out forever, from all of his Nechells family.’
She added: ‘All of this week children and staff have been remembering what a great friend Hakeem was to them, and we are putting together a book of our happy memories culminating in a whole academy assembly to celebrate his many gifts and talents.
‘Hakeem will be sorely missed by us all.’
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