Boy, seven, dies after falling from a wall at a pub in east London
- Paramedics raced to The King Harold in east London this afternoon after fall
- The badly injured boy, who has not been named, was rushed to hospital
- He was pronounced useless round 6.30pm. Police deal with his demise as unexplained
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Charlie Moore For Mailonline
A seven-year-old boy has died after falling off a wall at a pub.
Paramedics raced to The King Harold in Harold Wooden, east London this afternoon.
The badly injured boy, who has not been named, was rushed to hospital at round 5.20pm. He was pronounced useless an hour later.
Paramedics raced to The King Harold in Harold Wooden, east London this afternoon
Police are treating the incident as ‘unexplained’ and the Well being and Security Government has been knowledgeable.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman stated: ‘Police had been known as by the London Ambulance Service to a pub in Station Highway shortly after 5.20pm on Tuesday to a report of a kid who had fallen from a wall.
‘Officers and paramedics attended and a seven-year-old boy was discovered with critical accidents.
‘He was taken to an east London hospital the place he was pronounced useless at 6.33pm. His subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable.’
He added: ‘The demise is presently being handled as unexplained. A autopsy examination shall be held sooner or later.
‘The Well being and Security Government has been knowledgeable.’