Child precipitated by Tate, out of danger

Mon, 5 Aug 2019 11:58:19 +0200

LONDON, AUGUST 5 - The life of the 6-year-old British child dropped yesterday from a panoramic terrace on the tenth floor of the Tate Gallery in London and crashed after a flight of several meters on the roof of the fifth is no longer considered in danger by doctors. The BBC reports this - while the 17-year-old accused of pushing him down - remains in custody, citing hospital sources according to which the child is now in stable condition, although still struggling with his serious injuries. As for the investigations, the hypothesis of the unbalanced gesture is taken shape according to the testimony reported by the newspapers. The 17-year-old was in fact heard complaining confusedly against "social services" at the time of detention; while before he had been seen approaching with strange way to other children by some visitors of the famous London museum, crowded with families and tourists on Sunday afternoon.