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Family praises "cherished" brother

Hussain Mohammed Photo: Family Photo

The family of Hussain Mohammed have released a statement paying tribute to their "unique" and "cherished" younger brother. 15 year old Hussain drowned after jumping from the Donnington Bridge in Oxford on Friday with a friend in an apparent attempt to cool down.

Today, always and forever in our hearts.May our beloved son and brother rest in peace, Amen!The youngest of the brothers, considered 'the baby' has gone too soon.Just because you have gone does not mean you will be forgotten you will always live in our memory so strong.You may have left us to start a new life. But your going has taken a little bit of us with you. Life will be hard without you but we know one thing for sure, when we remember you it will always bring back the smile to our face.Hussain, a happy, cheeky, and very popular boy has been committed to our cherished memories bringing us joy every time we think of him. A typical 15 year old boy, battling with life's ups and downs, had in his last few days showed many positive changes towards a better path.Sincere and motivated, involved with family, we all held high hopes for better days ahead with his bright outlook and new approach to his future.Today a unique part of our family is missing that can never be replaced.We all aim to stay strong in the loss of our youngest son and remain hopeful that the brightness Hussain brought to each and every one of us remains sincere in our hearts forever.May Allah (swt) bless him. Inshallah we will see you very soon, keep us in your Dua's our one and only angel HussainLove and miss you so much xxxxxxx

– The family of Hussain Mohammed

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