A boy of 12-year-old name Harley Watson was killed in a hit-and-run incident on 2nd December. The 51-year-old Terrence Glover of Loughton, Essex, has been charged with murder with that, ten charges of attempted murder, and fatal driving in connection with the incident. The vehicle went wildly, thrashing the students and teachers who were leaving Debden Park High School in Loughton around 3 PM.
The child died in the hospital after the accident happen. The ten victims include one woman, six boys, and three girls aged between 12 and 13 years. The incident happened in Essex.
The Senior Investigating Officer Detective Chief Inspector Rob Kirby has shown his gratitude to the citizens who have supported him in gathering all the necessary evidence and information, but he is still urging those people who have some information but didn’t contact the police to contact on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Glover is going to appear before magistrates in Chelmsford on Friday, December 6. The family has described the boy as very ‘good, kind, helpful and lovely boy’ the family have also stated that they were devastated by hearing the news of death of their lovely boy and thanked all those people who showed their grievance but asked to let them grieve in peace as it was a really private matter for them and fundraiser site have so far raised 53,000 euros for that incident.
The accident has left it’s marked on the whole community as the accident took place in broad daylight in front of the school, and the family has lost their small child what could be more dreadful than that. The police have made sure that the victim should get justice, and the wrong-doer must be punished severely for the offense.