Cameron was a bright, hard working and popular member of our school community who excelled at Art and was a keen sportsman. He was highly respected by both staff and students and will be greatly missed by all at the Ellington and Hereson School. The school is working with the Local
Authority to provide counselling and support for everyone affected by this terrible tragedy and our thoughts are with Cameron’s family."
– Simon Pullen, Headteacher at The Ellington and Hereson School
A boy has been airlifted to hospital after falling approximately 20 feet from a roof into an building in Ramsgate. Firefighters gained entry to the building and gave CPR to the youngster - believed to be 13-years-old - before he was given further treatment and then transfered to the air ambulance.
Kent Police say a 13-year-old boy has fallen through the roof of an old bread factory in Ramsgate. The air ambulance was called to the scene just after 4pm today (June 25). It's believed he and another boy were playing on the roof when one of them fell. His injuries are unknown.