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Postmortem reveals St. Margaret’s student died from a fractured neck, spine and internal haemorrhaging – 18th Feb 2013

margetspupilA postmortem has shown that eight-year-old St. Margaret’s Primary School pupil, Joshua Hubbard, died from a fractured neck, spine and internal haemorrhaging. His distraught mother, Roxanne Hubbard, grieves for her son, as she reminisces on the times the two spent together. Hubbard spoke to Capitol News about the last moments she spent with him.

She said as the days go by, she is now coming to grips that she has lost her baby.

Today the family visited the St. Margaret’s Primary School where according to the dead boy’s sister, there was a confrontation.

Now, as the family prepares for the funeral, they have reported the incident to the police and an investigation has been launched in the matter.

Joshua Hubbard was pronounced dead in the early hours of Friday Morning, while he was admitted to the Georgetown Public Hospital.

This, after it is reported, that he was pushed down a flight of stairs by another pupil.

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