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Grade 2 Girl Dies after Getting Hit by Running Grade 7 Student, Family Finds Comfort that She Fulfilled Her Dream

Grade 2 student Alliyah Marie Serdna died after a grade 7 student collided with her while running inside a private school in M’lang, Cotabato in southern Philippines.

According to reports, Alliyah was just standing in the school grounds when the running seventh grader accidentally hit her. The impact was so strong that the girl hit her head on the concrete.

Alliyah was immediately rushed to the school clinic so she could rest; staff applied first aid but she soon started vomiting and fell into a coma. She was rushed to Davao City for surgery but, sadly, it was too late. The girl died.

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The family grieves over the loss of their brilliant child. It is unknown as of press time whether the family will file charges against the seventh grader who had hit her but this might not be likely, considering that it was really just an accident.

News outlets have also withheld the seventh grader’s name.

According to Trending News Portal, while the family is, of course, grieving over the death of their beautiful child, they have found comfort knowing that her death has fulfilled her dream of becoming an angel.

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Local journalist Williamor Magbanua posts a photo of Alliyah on Facebook where it garnered plenty of comments on social media. Many netizens slammed the school for ‘not having competent staff’ to handle the incident but others also said it was a freak accident and no one had any idea this could happen.

Others were angry at the seventh grader and wished for harsher punishment but isn’t it punishment enough that this kid would grow up feeling guilty about this girl’s death for the rest of his/her life?

Do you think that punishment is not enough?


Source: DefinitelyFilipino
Grade 2 Girl Dies after Getting Hit by Running Grade 7 Student, Family Finds Comfort that She Fulfilled Her Dream

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