An inquest has found that the death of Tommy Hollis, who was killed by a collapsing lamppost, was an accident.
Tommy Hollis was killed in Chiswick in February 2010
A women has died following a flat fire in west London, despite attempts to save her.
An inquest is due to end on Wednesday into the death of a baby boy who died when a lamppost fell onto his pram. Tommy Hollis was out with his nanny in Chiswick in February 2004. He suffered a head injury and died in hospital two days later. The inquest is expected to deliver a verdict on May 28.
Workers on the construction site where a lamp post fell, fatally injuring a baby boy, were "under pressure" to get the job done quickly, an inquest heard today.
A steel cable supporting the lamp post was inadvertently severed during the excavation works.
Tommy Hollis suffered head injuries when his pram was hit by the falling structure in Chiswick in 2010. Sangeeta Kandola reports from the hearing.
An inquest into the death of a baby who was struck by a falling lamppost will continue today.
Tommy Hollis died just before his first birthday after a lamppost fell on to his pram.
He was being pushed by his nanny when the lamppost fell on to another woman immediately in front of them.
It then collapsed directly on to Tommy.
It happened at the site of a road re-widening scheme in Chiswick, west London, on the morning of February 23, 2010.
The inquest into the death of baby Tommy Hollis who was struck by a falling lamppost in Chiswick in February 2010 has heard from the nanny who was pushing his pram when the incident happened.
Anna Martin told the court she was waiting to cross the road when the lamppost fell.
She gave Tommy CPR and managed to get him breathing again. The baby was rushed to hospital but died two days later of a head injury.
The inquest is being held at West London Coroner's Court and is expected to last for three days.
An inquest into the death of baby Tommy Hollis, who was killed by a falling lamppost in Chiswick opened this morning.
He died just short of his first birthday after he was fatally injured when the lamppost fell on to his pram.
This morning the inquest has heard from a construction worker who said he had cut the steel anchoring the lamppost that fell on the baby. He told the inquest he regrets ever working at the site. "If I could take the place of that child I would."
The paramedic who lifted Tommy Hollis out of his pram said his main concern was a head injury from the falling lamppost. The inquest continues.
There's an accident blocking one lane of the A4 at the Hogarth Roundabout in Chiswick. Tailbacks back to M4.
An inquest into the death of a baby struck down by a falling lamppost in Chiswick will be held today. Tommy Hollis died just short of his first birthday after he was fatally injured when the lamppost fell onto his pram in February 2010.
Residents in Chiswick heard screams coming from the flat of a disabled woman, as the property was engulfed in flames.
Neighbour Toni Simonovski was among those who tried to save her, carrying her out of the flat.
Paramedics spent over an hour trying to revive the victim, but it's thought she had been overcome by fumes. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Toni Simonovski talks to reporter Phil Bayles.