Inquest held into death of boy (5)
THE inquest into the death of a five-year-old boy, who died after an incident off Nanpantan Road, Loughborough, opened on Thursday (September 7).
The inquest heard that Alexander Moroz, of Leicester, born July 13, 2012, died in hospital following an accident at a disused quarry off Nanpantan Road.
Coroner Carolyn Hull opened the inquest at HM Coroner’s Office For Rutland and North Leicestershire, Loughborough.
Detective Jonathan Blockley, who works in the major crime department at Leicestershire Police, told the inquest: “A call was received at 12.34am on Sunday, August 27.
“We were informed that the ambulance service attended Loughborough Hospital to give treatment to Alexander and inquiries show the accident occurred while camping in the area at a quarry off Nanpantan Road.
“Treatment was given to Alexander at Leicester Royal Infirmary.
“He was transferred at approximately 2am to the Queen’s Medical Centre.
“On Wednesday, August 30 at 6pm, he was pronounced as deceased at Queen’s Medical Cen- tre.
“He was identified at the location with police present and family members.
“A number of items are being looked at to establish exactly what happened on the camping trip.
“A post mortem was carried out on September 4, with myself present.
“The results are pending, in 12 to 14 weeks we should get the full report from the authority.”
Coroner Carolyn Hull adjourned the inquest until December 7 until the full results are made available.
She said: “Pass my condolences to members of Alexander’s family.”
No members of the family were present at the inquest.