Book Of Condolence For Kayden Fleck At Primary School

A book of condolence has opened after a five-year-old boy fell into a river and died in Co Antrim.

Kayden Fleck was recovered from the Braid River in Ballymena on Saturday, 10 February, in a major multi-agency operation.

He was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Hospital where he later died.

Harryville Primary School have opened a book of condolence.
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In a statement the school said: "School will be open on Monday and Tuesday from 12noon until 6pm to allow anyone from Harryville, Ballykeel and wider areas to come and sign a book of condolence for Kayden and his family. There will also be a donation box and tea/coffee available."


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