Recently, many such incidents have come to the fore, in which youths have died due to heart attack. But now children are also dying due to cardiac arrest. The matter is of the country of England. Harry studied at Westminster Primary School. One day she experienced difficulty in breathing, after which she was taken to the Medway Maritime Hospital, Gillingham.
Nicola, a mother from Shore Close, Sheerness, told KentOnline: “The child was ill on Sunday night and in the early hours of Monday. He had a high fever which had caused him to have a high temperature.” The 37-year-old mother said Harry was feeling fine before his sudden return.
He said “He woke up in the early hours of Sunday and told me he had a sore throat. I gave him some medicine and then he was all right all day. He was washing the car with his grandpa, all right. In his breath After recovery, doctors sent him home with antibiotics. He later fell ill again. He died of cardiac arrest during treatment. Paying tribute to her little boy, Nicola said: “Harry was a very happy He was an active boy and was very friendly with everyone he met.
Harry is survived by his mother, father Robert, 38, and brothers and sisters Ruby, William, Lily and Evie-Mae. He was cremated at the Gardens of England Crematorium in Bobbing, near Sittingbourne.