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A man who helped emergency services get into a disused building where a 13-year-old boy from Kent fell, and later died, has been speaking about the incident.
Paul Granger called the police after he saw Cameron Tidey and his friend climbing up the Old Flour Mill in Ramsgate on Tuesday, it's believed they were trying to retrieve a ball.
The pupil from the Ellington and Hereson School has been described as 'bright, hard working and popular'.
A boy who fell twenty feet from the roof of an old flour mill in Ramsgate died yesterday, Kent Police have confirmed. He has been named locally as Cameron Tidey.
A boy has been airlifted to hospital after falling through an old building in Ramsgate called the Flour Mill. His condition is currently unknown.
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.