Inquest into death of lamppost baby hears from nanny

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.

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Lamppost Baby Inquest

Inquest into the death of a baby struck down by a falling lamppost in Chiswick