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Police continue to investigate

Center Parcs death: Police continue to investigate

The death of a young child on Christmas Eve at a Center Parcs is not being seen as suspicious, police said.

The young kid, age 4, passed away at the Longleat resort following a “severe medical episode.”

The Wiltshire Police Department and the coroner are currently investigating the man’s death.

In a statement made on Monday, the police department added, “Our prayers remain with the family at this terrible time.”

On the morning of December 24 at around 11:00 GMT, officers aided the South Western Ambulance Service by responding to the Longleat Forest recreational facility in Wiltshire.

Wiltshire Police have stated that “a post-mortem will take undertaken in due course,” but that “at this moment there are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances.”

Travelers reported being told a “severe medical event” forced the closure of the resort’s subtropical swimming pool.

“Thankfully we didn’t see anything,” one Christmas vacationer at Center Parcs told the PA news agency. We saw a large group of people exiting the plaza together.

The plan was to return to the lodge for lunch before going swimming. It was reported on my phone that an event had forced the closure of the pool.

That was, of all, all we knew to begin with.

The entry to the pool has been temporarily blocked off, but everything else in the plaza (the parc market, gift stores, etc.) remains open as usual.

It was announced that day by Center Parcs in a statement, “We are profoundly saddened by the awful news that a young guest has passed away at Longleat Forest today.

We’re here for the family and for the staff members that jumped in to help right away.

“At this most trying of times, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.”

Center Parcs confirmed that the pool was reopened on Christmas morning.

Mukul Kumar

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