Boy, four, dies after horror crash
A FOUR-year-old boy has died after he was pinned against a wall by an out-of-control car in an horrific accident.Cory Ciesielski , of Tillingham, near Maldon, died from his injuries last Thursday , two weeks after he was hit by a car in Birmingham.
By Juliette Maxam
A FOUR-year-old boy has died after he was pinned against a wall by an out-of-control car in an horrific accident.
Cory Ciesielski , of Tillingham, near Maldon, died from his injuries last Thursday , two weeks after he was hit by a car in Birmingham.
Tragedy struck when the youngster was walking along Cartland Road, in the suburb of Stirchley, with his father and 14-year-old brother on April 13.
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The driver of a blue Renault Laguna lost control of his car and was in collision with Cory and his brother.
Cory was crushed against the front wall of house and seriously injured. He was taken to Birmingham Children's Hospital, and remained in a critical condition until he lost his fight for life last week.
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Cory's brother was also hurt in the accident but released after treatment in hospital.
West Midlands Police arrested a 49-year-old man in connection with the accident on suspicion of dangerous driving. He was released on police bail until June while enquiries continue.
An inquest into Cory's death was opened and adjourned at Birmingham Coroner's Court last Friday.
In a public announcement, Cory's parents have paid tribute to him.
“He will always be in our hearts and sadly missed. A fantastic character who was always smiling and enjoying life. A pleasure to all those who knew and loved him,” they said.
They have also paid tribute to staff at the hospital for the care they gave to Cory.
Cory's funeral is due to take place in the parish church of Tillingham on Tuesday . His family have requested family flowers only.