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old girl died in a tragic accide

nt after her neck was caught in a window blind cord at her grandparents home. Bronwyn Taylor s【跑狗解料精准高手 】u【全网最准平特三连肖中特 】ffered cardiac arrest after being caught inside a beaded cord loop and falli【2020年第15期一肖中特 】ng over. She was playing with a

toy hoover at the time. Her grandma, 66-year-old retired nurse Shirley Taylor, des

perately tried to resuscitate her but she died on arrival to hospital. Ambulance crews attend【正肖是不是平特肖 】ed the house in Feg【火影忍者纲手彩图 】g Hayes, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs., after receiving a 999 c【跑跑狗库图 】all at 3.30pm on Saturday and rushed her to Royal Stoke University Hospi【老版跑狗图20019年 】tal. Tragically, Bronwyn suffered a cardiac arrest and she was pronounced dead. T【二四六三其必开奖 大全 】oday, her devastated parents Matthew, 40, and Cathy, 42, urged families to install safety devices to all curtain cords to prevent similar tragedies. Bronwyn Taylor died in the horrific accident (Image: SWNS) Matthew, who runs a heating engineering firm with his wife in Basford, Staffs., said: Our whole【2016东方心经b 】 world has been blown apart. Parents should never have to bury 【2016双色球算法必中6红 】their

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ll devastated. She was adored by everyone. So many people would come o【147期两肖四码中特 】ver to her wherever we were and say hello. Bronwyn was a【2020年132期跑狗图更新 】 little star. But then reality hits me and I realise【6cccc 】 she is never coming back. The boys shouldnt have had to go th【管家婆彩图九龙图库 】rough this but theyve been fantastic and they wanted to see her. They have been absolute troopers. 【全新升级管家婆27735 】When I saw her at the hospital I looked at her, stroked her head and gave her a little kiss. I placed my hand on her head in the hope I had some power to wake her【73884con开奖现场 】 up but nothing happened. We sat and cuddled her for three 【2015八仙过海玄机图 】or four hours and friends and family members arrived and gave her a cud【直播报码室 】dle too. Everyone has been ripped apart by this. The Taylor family (L-R FRONT) Bronwyn, Boden (16) and Dylan (10) (L-R TOP) Owen (10) Matth【香港最准的一肖中特百度百度百度百度+百度+百度+百度 】ew and 【52期新版跑狗图 】Cathy Taylor (Image: Taylor Fam【跑狗六信专区论坛 高清 】ily/SWNS) Bronwyn was being looked after by her grandparents, Barry and Shirley, on Saturday【跑狗图分析交流论坛 】 along with Matthews 16-year-old son Boden, who suffers from cerebral palsy. Matthew and Cathy took their other two sons, Dylan, 10, and 【2015年全年黄大仙一句玄机中特诗 】Owen, 10, who are from d【精准绝杀一肖公式有吗 】ifferent relationships, to the theatre to watch music

al Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. But they were met there by police who delivered the trag【论码堂心水论坛 】ic news to the family. Matthew said: My grandparents were looking after Bronwyn and Boden. My dad, who【今期买牛输尽光2020 】 is 80 next month, went upstairs for a nap and my mum had the kids downstairs. Bronwyn had been playing on the slide in the garden and went into the conservatory to play with a little toy hoover. We dont know exactly what happened but somehow sh【2020年27期新版跑狗图 】e got the blinds, which were on a shelf above the floor, wrapped around her neck. Either the blind cord came down or Bronwyn reached up and knocked it down, we just dont know. My mum was probably lo【2017正月初五打一肖 】o

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dren from school If anything can come out of this it must be to warn other people to put 【平特肖投资方案 】safety catches on their blinds. We just want something to come from this. We cant let what happened to be in vain. Life is so precious and people must make sure their surroundings are safe a【新跑狗报吧 】s best they can. But it is not just about blinds, it could happen【990990com马会藏宝阁 】 with anything. People mus【今年91期老版跑狗图 】t make sure everything is child-proof as much as they can. If they have old blinds they must double check the cords are tied away o【十元包三肖中赔多少 】r replace them with safety blinds. As a result of th【二四六好彩资料全 】e 【四不像必中一肖正版0 】tragedy, Bronwyns grandfather Barry, a retired printer, collapsed in shock and is being treated in hospital. The family, who also lost a baby girl Megan last year who was stillborn, were told of the tragedy when police officers met them at the theatre on Saturday afternoon. Mum

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