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The headmaster of St George's Junior School in Weybridge, Antony Hudson, has paid tribute to his pupil Zane Gbangbola:
The school intends to compile a memory book of the 7-year-old over the coming days which will then be presented to his parents.
A post-mortem carried out to try and determine the cause of 7-year-old Zane Gbangbola's death in Chertsey over the weekend has not found a "clear cause of death".
Police say tests are continuing.
Zane's parents are still in hospital where they are continuing to receive medical treatment.
Water samples taken from the Chertsey house where seven-year-old Zane Gbangbola fell ill have revealed there's no link between the boy's death and the quality of water at his home.
Police hope the test results will reassure local residents. They say it could take several days to determine exactly what killed the boy.
Police have named Zane Gbangbola as the seven-year-old boy who fell ill and died in Chertsey, Surrey yesterday. The cause of death is still unknown and a post mortem is expected to take place in the coming days.
Zane's father Kye Gbangbola has been clearing flood waters from outside the family home for weeks. Police are refusing to say whether Zane's death is related to the flooding.
The martial arts club which Zane Gbangbola attended has issued a statement on its website confirming the 7-year-old's death.
Surrey police are still investigating the cause of Zane Gbangbola's death yesterday. But they say there does not appear to be a wider risk to the public, with the illness limited to one family.
Tributes are pouring in for 7 year old Zane Gbangbola, who died yesterday after falling ill in his flood affected home. Zane's martial arts instructor Anoop Hothi says the boy was a joy to teach.
Police are investigating whether flooding may have resulted in the death of a 7 year old boy in Chertsey, Surrey yesterday. The boy, named locally as Zane Gbangbola, fell ill and later died in hospital. His parents remain in hospital in a serious condition.
Two police officers and 13 neighbours were released from hospital after being treated as a precaution. Police say they can't rule out a link to flooding in the area, and they refused to be drawn on whether the death was the result of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Chertsey residents are being told to seek medical attention if they feel unwell or show signs of diarrhoea and fever. A seven year old boy has died after becoming ill early this morning, while a man and women believed to be his parents are being treated in hospital.
Road closures are in place at the location, and police remain at the scene.
The area where a seven-year-old boy has died and his parents hospitalised with a mystery illness has been affected by flooding.
Police have said the recent weather conditions was "one line of inquiry" they were pursuing relating to the boy's death.
Chief Superintendent Dave Miller urged anyone local to Thameside, Chertsey, who is feeling unwell and showing signs of diarrhoea and fever to seek medical help.
A South East Coast Ambulance spokeswoman said the boy was found to be in a "very serious condition" when crews arrived, but refused to be drawn on the cause of the illness.
Police remain at the location and road closures are in place.