The family of a five-year-old boy who died in a playground accident are demanding to know who was meant to be supervising the school break.Well, assuming that the initial report – that the boy fell off a climbing frame – is accurate, unless it was The Flash, no-one could possibly have had the reflexes to do anything about it.
Unless you think children shouldn’t be allowed to climb on the climbing frame, it’s hard to see what more someone could have done…
Samuel Orola died at Tolworth Infant School in Surbiton after apparently falling from a climbing frame and banging his head.And, no doubt, hire a lawyer…
As his parents grieved at their nearby home today, Samuel's uncle Femi Akinlabi said: "We still don't know how it happened. We've heard so many conflicting stories.
According to the police he fell off the climbing frame, but the school is saying something different.
"We can't understand how a child could die just like that, just from a fall. Wasn't anyone looking after him?
"You send a child to school and you expect them to be looked after, you expect them to be safe, you expect the school to take responsibility.
"We have to bury him first. Then we'll need to ask questions."