13-year-old dies after classmate cheese in his shirt stops
london - An allergic reaction to a piece of cheese is a 13-year-old boy from London fatal. His classmate stopped the yellow food in the victim's T-shirt.
The Nieuwsblad reports this on the basis of a police report. The emergency services rushed to a school in the British city at the end of June. Karanbir Cheema had been shocked by an acute and severe allergic reaction.
Relief worker Oppatt was the first on the spot. School staff stated that 'a fellow pupil had chased the boy with a piece of cheese and then put it in the victim's shirt'.
The teenager turned out to be seriously allergic. 'He gasped and his skin was completely red,' says the counselor. Help could not help. The victim had a cardiac arrest and was resuscitated, but he died ten days after the incident.
The court is currently handling the case. Although the incident is now a year ago, there are still many uncertainties. The research is still in full swing. It is clear that the allergic reaction to the teen fatal, became Wednesday in the court known.
After the incident, a 13-year-old student was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. He was never, however, officially charged.
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