Boy 4 dies of serious head injuries after fall at home as police keep open mind

Artisan O’Connell was raced to medical clinic having endured genuine head wounds on Saturday.

Shockingly the four-year-old lost his life yesterday.

A posthumous of Mason, who lived in Rathbane, Co Limerick, Ireland, will decide how the examination unfurls, police have said.

A power representative added: “Examining police keep a receptive outlook in this examination.”

A pledge drive set up to give Mason a decent farewell has effectively raised more than €8,450 (£7243.44).

The coordinators of the pledge drive expressed: “As a great deal of you may know, Mason has combat between Cork Hospital and Temple Street since Saturday when he got a perilous physical issue because of a fall.

“We are assisting with fund-raising to give him the farewell he merits. Circumstances are so difficult for individuals yet nothing looks at to what his family are going through.”

Bricklayer, who had three different kin, was surged by rescue vehicle to University Hospital Limerick prior to being moved to Cork University Hospital and afterward Temple Street Children’s Hospital in Dublin, Extra revealed.

The distribution announced that he had tumbled from a bunkbed, however this has not been affirmed.

As indicated by a Garda representative, Mason “supported genuine perilous wounds” in the fall.

Lamenting friends and family have sent sympathy wishes to the family following Mason’s passing.