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Boy, 13, fighting for his life after falling from height in Thamesmead

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A boy has been left fighting for his life after falling from a residential constructing in South-East London.

The 13-year-old was rushed to hospital after the autumn on Titmuss Avenue in Thamesmead.

Emergency companies had been referred to as shortly earlier than 8am on Tuesday May 11.

The teenager was handled on the scene earlier than being taken to a significant trauma centre.

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His situation has be assess as life-threatening and his household have been knowledgeable.

Although enquiries are ongoing the incident doesn’t look like suspicious.

The London Ambulance Service was referred to as first at 7.49am with the Metropolitan Police referred to as at 8.05am.

A spokesperson for the police mentioned: “Police had been referred to as at 8.05am on Tuesday, May 11 following a report {that a} male had fallen from height from a residential constructing in Titmuss Avenue, SE28.

“Officers attended together with London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance. A 13-year-old boy was taken to hospital with life-threatening accidents. His subsequent of kin has been knowledgeable.

“Enquiries are ongoing though the circumstances don’t look like suspicious.”

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