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Australia Family of five-year-old killed in Sydney truck accident remember happy, outgoing little boy

12:33  23 may  2020
12:33  23 may  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Boy who 'loved being outside' was taken to hospital and later pronounced dead. He said that tests were carried out on the pick-up truck after the accident and it was found that it would propel itself forward 'Our family unit is a little less now but we will forever love and miss our beautiful little man.'

The family of a five-year-old boy hit and killed in Sydney's south-west yesterday have paid tribute to his happy nature and love for the outdoors.

Harrison Sproule, 5, was killed when he was accidentally struck by his father's 100-tonne truck while it was parking in a yard in Picton.

Harrison was treated on scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics and rushed to hospital but was tragically pronounced dead.

a little boy wearing a blue shirt and smiling at the camera: Harrison Sproule was a happy, mischievous little boy who loved the outdoors. © 9News Harrison Sproule was a happy, mischievous little boy who loved the outdoors. a group of people standing in front of a car: Paramedics rushed to the scene to render treatment. © 9News Paramedics rushed to the scene to render treatment.

Today his father Doug Sproule courageously spoke about his heartache in the hope that a similar accident will never occur again.

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"He was very happy, mischievous. He was very into the outdoors and loved his horse, loved his brothers and sister," Mr Sproule told 9News.

"He always loved camping."

Nobody at the trucking yard saw Harry as he ran into a gap between two trucks that was closing.

a man looking at the camera: Harrison's father Doug Sproule courageously spoke out to help make sure this accident never happens again. © 9News Harrison's father Doug Sproule courageously spoke out to help make sure this accident never happens again. a little boy wearing a hat and smiling at the camera: Harrison Sproule with his horse. © 9News Harrison Sproule with his horse.

Mr Sproule said he blames himself for the accident and is speaking out to help make sure something like this would never happen again.

"He used to come with me in the truck – he's been to Darwin, Perth, out to northern WA," said Mr Sproule.

"He was extremely well travelled. He loved it."

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