Boy Daniel Alaby Dies After Being Found In River Thames

A boy who was rescued from the River Thames has died in hospital, police have confirmed. Metropolitan Police searching for missing five-year-old Daniel Alaby from London say a child pulled from a river has tragically died.

At 6.23pm officers looking for Daniel found a child in the river. Police administered CPR before the paramedics arrived the Mirror reports.

The child was taken to hospital where he was later pronounced dead, the force said. Daniel’s family have been made aware and are being supported by police.

There is no evidence to suggest that any other person was involved, the Met said. A spokesperson for the Met Police said: “Police issued an appeal on Friday, 29 March, to locate a missing boy, Daniel Alaby. At 18:23hrs that evening officers looking for Daniel found a child in the River Thanes. Officers pulled the child from the water and administered CPR prior to the arrival of LAS. The child, who is believed to be Daniel, was taken to hospital in a critical condition. He was pronounced dead at hospital later that evening.

“Daniel’s family have been made aware. They are being supported by police officers. Enquiries are under way to establish the circumstances of the incident. Anyone who may have seen Daniel on Friday evening is asked to call police on 101 or post @MetCC ref 4592/29MAR24. At this very early stage, there is no evidence to suggest that any other person was involved. Enquiries continue to establish the circumstances.”

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