vendredi 6 juillet 2018

'In the days around Ella's death, there were big spikes in air pollution'

Rosamund Kissi-Debrah believes poor air quality in London contributed to her daughter’s death

The evening before she died, Ella Kissi-Debrah picked the outfit she wanted to wear to her primary school disco the following day: new jeans and a checked top. Her mother laid them out next to her school uniform, but a few hours later the nine-year-old suffered an acute asthma attack. She never made it to the party.

“We ended up burying her in the clothes instead,” said her mother, Rosamund. “I didn’t know whether it was the right thing to do, but it felt right at the time.”

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from Asthma | The Guardian

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