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US NewsTate Modern: Family Of Boy Who Fell From Building Say He's Making 'Amazing Progress'

18:20  07 september  2019
18:20  07 september  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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The family of a six-year-old French boy who fell five storeys from the Tate Modern in London have said he has made “ amazing progress ”. He was treated at the scene before being airlifted by helicopter to hospital, but he suffered severe injuries including a bleed to the brain and fractures to his

A boy , 17, who allegedly threw him from 10th floor on August 4 has been charged with attempted murder. The youngster, who was found on a roof at the art gallery after falling five storeys, is now able to smile and laugh when stories are read to him or he ’ s told “funny things”. His family said in a

Tate Modern: Family Of Boy Who Fell From Building Say He's Making 'Amazing Progress' © Getty

The family of a six-year-old French boy who fell five storeys from the Tate Modern said he has made “amazing progress” as they thanked well-wishers who have donated more than £54,000 (60,000 euro) to help him.

In a message shared on the GoFundMe page, the family said: “Hello everybody. Just a little message to tell you about our son’s amazing progress. He is an incredible fighter.

“Even if he can’t speak or move his body for the moment, we now know for sure that he understands us: he smiles and we saw him laughing several times since a couple of days when we were telling him some funny things or when we were reading to him some stories.

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The young boy who plunged from Tate Modern ' s viewing platform is making " amazing progress " in hospital, according to his family . Relatives of the six-year-old French boy , who fell five storeys, gave the update as they thanked well-wishers who have donated more than £54,000 to help him .

The family of the six-year-old boy say he "is making lots of progresses " since his fall . Mr Bravery was 17 when he was charged in August but could not be named until his 18th birthday in October. The six-year-old boy , who is a French national, fell five floors from a 10th floor viewing platform.

“It gives us lots of strength and hope, as much as the strength you, all of you, give us since the beginning with your kind messages. Thank you so much for what you do for our little boy and for us.”

Tate Modern: Family Of Boy Who Fell From Building Say He's Making 'Amazing Progress' © Getty Police, paramedics and fire crews are seen outside the Tate Modern gallery in London on August 4, 2019 after it was put on lock down and evacuated after an incident involving a child falling from height and being airlifted to hospital.

On 4 August, police officers were called at around 2.40pm to the Tate Modern art gallery where they found the child injured on a 5th floor roof.

The boy, who was visiting the UK from France, had plummeted five storeys after allegedly being pushed from the 10th floor viewing platform.

He was taken to hospital by London’s Air Ambulance where he was found to have suffered a bleed on the brain and fractures to his spine, legs and arms. On 19 August, the victim’s family said his condition was stabilised after “two long and difficult operations”.

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‘ He also makes some little progresses even if he feels sometimes a little bit sad when he doesn’t manage to do what he tries’. But in a post on the GoFundMe page, which has raised more than £107,000 for his care, the injured boy ’ s family said he was making progress .

The six-year-old boy allegedly thrown from a viewing platform at the Tate Modern art museum in London can now move his legs and go outside in a wheelchair In a statement shared on a fundraising page set up to support the boy , his family said he was making lots of progress : "We can now bring

A 17-year-old, charged with allegedly throwing the boy off the platform, appeared before a Crown Court judge on 8 August for an administrative hearing.

Tate Modern: Family Of Boy Who Fell From Building Say He's Making 'Amazing Progress' © godrick via Getty Images Tate Modern (the disused Bankside power station) London, England, UK, Europe in the late afternoon Psychiatric reports were ordered for the unnamed teenager, who appeared briefly in the dock at the Old Bailey on Thursday. Flanked by two security guards, he spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth, address and British nationality during the short hearing.

The court heard that any trial would be listed to last two weeks and would be held in the new year.

A reporting restriction bans the identities of both the victim and the defendant being made public.

At an earlier appearance, the court heard that the six-year-old was at the gallery with his parents and they were on the viewing platform “looking over the side and enjoying the view”

The child is said to have walked a short distance from his parents and was allegedly picked up and thrown over the edge in an action that was “carried out extremely swiftly and in one movement”, the court heard.

The suspect was apprehended by members of the public after the incident.

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