Sri Lankan boy was killed after running into road ‘because he was excited to eat KFC’, inquest hears

A four-year-old boy was killed after being hit by car at 40mph when he slipped out of his mother’s hand and ran into the road ‘because he was excited to get home and eat KFC’, an inquest hears.

A hearing was told how his mother Aklaya Sasikaran broke her finger trying to grab her son Agarwin Sasikaran before he was struck by the Vauxhall Astra. 

He was at a pelican crossing with her and his six-year-old brother when, after his mother let go of his hand to press the button, he darted into the road, an inquest heard. 

Agarwin suffered ‘catastrophic injuries’ around his head and torso and never recovered consciousness, the inquest was told yesterday.

An off-duty GP jumped over the barriers to treat the boy while the driver of the car called emergency services but the child died the following morning in hospital. 

The death of the young Sri Lankan boy was said to have happened due to the ‘unpredictability of children’, West London Coroner’s Court heard. 

The Coroner and police confirmed…

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