Linden girl dies after severe head injuries at school
The 10-year-old Linden girl has died after battling severe head injury she sustained following an incident at the Regma Primary School in McKenzie, Linden on Monday.
The teachers at the school are claiming that June Alexander fell and hit her head while running but relatives dispute that story, claiming that she was pushed.
The Divisional Police Commander, Senior Superintendent Linden Lord, told the News Room that the Police have received 15 statements to support the claim that the child was running and fell.
The child died on Friday, relatives told the News Room.
“The doctors say this child was pushed or beaten…the doctor called in the Police,” Sandra Sumner, the child’s grandmother told the News Room.
June’s mother, Angela Hamilton, is a security guard who has seven other children, including twin boys born a few months ago.