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A devastating incident unfolded today as a young child tragically fell from a window on the 15th floor of Jacobs House on New City Road in east London. The boy, identified as Alam Makial, lost his life after falling more than 150ft from the tower block. The incident has shocked the community and tributes are pouring in for the young boy.

The heart-wrenching cries of the father could be heard as he grappled with the reality of his son’s death. The immense grief experienced by the family is unfathomable, leaving the entire neighborhood in sorrow.

In a distressing revelation, it has come to light that the child’s mother had expressed concerns about the safety of the flat’s windows and doors in previous correspondence with the council. Tragically, these pleas seem to have gone unheeded, resulting in an unimaginable loss.

This incident serves as a stark reminder of the crucial importance of ensuring the safety of residential buildings. The well-being of residents, especially young children, must be prioritized. It is imperative that authorities take swift action to investigate this tragedy and review safety measures to prevent similar incidents in the future.

As the community mourns the loss of young Alam Makial, it is our collective responsibility to advocate for improved safety standards in high-rise buildings. No family should have to endure such a devastating loss, and it is our duty to prevent such tragedies from occurring again.