In first November, Eduard Popadiuc, a 3-year-old tumbled from the building of the Bridge Court tower hinder in Harrow, in north-west London.
Eduard fell from the family home before the staff from his nursery close by rushed to his side and gave medicinal aid.
The 3-year-old passed on two hours after the fact in a medical clinic after he had gone through the day with his friends at Little Aisha Nursery commending his birthday.
Prior that day, Eduard’s dad, Alexandru, posted a photograph of his son on Facebook and composed ‘happy birthday Daddy’s love!!’
Pitiful, Alexandru said that ‘I would prefer not to cry any longer as I do it throughout the day and throughout the night. He is our angel now… ”
“He was the best child in this world. He had bunches of solidarity and used to laugh constantly.”
Director of Little Aisha Nursery, Mary Da Costa, has built up a GoFund Me page to raise funds to help the regretting family.
She expresses that Edward was watching his third birthday celebration with us which is absolutely the first birthday celebration of Edward with us, On first November, Friday.
“Edward left glad and grinning, yet tragically, not long after he moved from the nursery to return home, he had an awful mishap and tumbled from the fourth floor.”
“In view of the closeness of the nursery to Edwards house, Little Aisha staff individuals gave medical aid and attempted to spare Edward, however it is with overwhelming sadness that we disclose to you that he unfortunately passed.”
TheHaringey Council Chief Executive, Zina Etheridge, expressed that an investigation had been started.
The Metropolitan Police are taking care of the passing as unexplained and propelling their request.
Another GoFundMe has been set up for Eduard to help meet the memorial service expenses and move his body back to Romania.
It expresses that “On November first, 2019, Eduard Popadiuc, the child of Alexandru and Roxana Popadiuc, who was watching his third birthday celebration, had a lethal mishap falling from the fourth floor… Rest in peace, Eduard.”