Person    | Male  Born 1988  Died 2000

Chris Pullen

Categories: Children, Tragedy

Chris Pullen

Christopher, aged 12, died in Southdown House when a heavy steel fire door, lying off its hinges, propped up in the stairwell of a block of flats, fell on him causing fatal injuries. The door had been reported as ‘urgent repair’ some three months earlier. 

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Chris Pullen

In memory of Chris Pullen, 1988 - 2000, His accidental death near here was on...

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Peggy Jones

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