Two young brothers die week after being pulled from pool of ice
He said the family had become concerned that t우리카지노heir brother was not eating properly and that he had a bad history.
But Mr Hirsch said: “We don’t feel that he was getting enough. He hasn’t been swimming since September and has jarvees.combeen very quiet.
“He’s always asked for help but I’ve been trying to calm him down.”
Mr Hirsch, who runs an ice machine business in the area, said the family were not aware their brother had been sick and had gone on holiday.
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The family returned to the home and discovered they had died, after which they went to hospital and received medical treatment.
As they were leaving, they discovered that their family member was found unresponsive in the pool – with the back of his head still pressed into the water.
One of the brothers, 17-year-old Sam, said: “I thought they had just died after only coming back this morning – I can’t believe it.
“I knew something was wrong but couldn’t put my hand down. Then I went up to try to help but found the boys unconscious on the bed.”
He added that he and his brother’s family had gone on holiday and had no idea that the bodies had been moved.
The family received a phone call this morning and immediately called police. Mr Hirsch said he now believes the children “did die”.
The Metropolitan Police said they are not yet sure the two young men were from Manchester and have no previous record.