1. School shares blame for cheese allergy death, says coroner  The Guardian
  2. Greenford pupil cheese death flicking boy 'not thinking'  BBC News
  3. Boy, 13, died of UNPRECEDENTED allergic reaction after pupil threw cheese at him  Mirror Online
  4. Boy died from 'extraordinary reaction' after cheese was flicked onto neck  Metro.co.uk
  5. Mother blasts school over son, 13, with severe allergy who died after cheese put down his collar  Daily Mail
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A "childish action" saw Karanbir Cheema die from a severe allergic reaction, a coroner says.A "childish action" saw Karanbir Cheema die from a severe allergic reaction, a coroner says.

Greenford pupil cheese death flicking boy 'not thinking' - BBC News

A SCHOOLBOY with a deadly dairy allergy died after a small piece of cheese touched his skin, an inquest heard.A SCHOOLBOY with a deadly dairy allergy died after a small piece...

Dairy allergy schoolboy died from cheese just touching his skin - Daily Star

Karanbir Cheema, known as Karan, was 13 when he died in July 2017, 10 days after he fell unconscious after the cheese was flicked at his neck while on a break at his school in Greenford, West London.Karanbir Cheema, known as Karan, was 13 when he died in July 2017, 10 days after he fell unconscious after the cheese was flicked at his neck while on a break at his school in Greenford, West London.

Mother blasts school over son, 13, with severe allergy who died after cheese put down his collar | Daily Mail Online

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A teenager with severe allergies who had cheese flicked onto his neck died due to a 'childish and thoughtless act,' an inquest has heard Karanbir Cheema, 13, collapsed after another...A coroner said the school should have had a better care plan for Karanbir Cheema's severe allergies.

Boy died from 'extraordinary reaction' after cheese was flicked onto neck | Metro News

Karanbir Cheema went from feeling 'absolutely fine' to falling unconscious in less than ten minutes after the dairy product was put down his collar at a school in west London in 2017 Karanbir Cheema went from feeling 'absolutely fine' to falling unconscious in less than ten minutes after the dairy product was put down his collar at a school in west London in 2017

Boy, 13, died of unprecedented allergic reaction after pupil threw cheese at him - Mirror Online

A coroner said the act was childish and thoughtless but not designed to cause serious harm.A coroner said the act was childish and thoughtless but not designed to cause serious harm.

Boy ‘not thinking’ when he flicked cheese at pupil with allergy, inquest told | BT

A schoolboy who flicked a small piece of cheese at a teenage pupil, causing a fatal allergic reaction, did not mean to cause serious harm, an inquest heard.  The actions of the boy were "childless and thoughtless" but not "calculated", a coroner ruled.  Mary Hassell said the case of severely allergic 13-year-old Karanbir Cheema, known as Karan, was "extremely rare", but sheA schoolboy who flicked a small piece of cheese at a teenage pupil, causing a fatal allergic reaction, did not mean to cause serious harm, an inquest heard.  The actions of the boy were "childless

Boy who flicked cheese at pupil with allergy 'did not mean to cause serious harm', inquest told | London Evening Standard

Read Mother of boy killed after cheese flicked at him says her 'world has ended' latest on ITV News. All the newsThe mother of a boy who died from an allergic reaction after pupils threw cheese at him said she felt "her world has ended" following a coroner's hearing into his death. Asthmatic Karanbir Cheema, 13, who had multiple allergies including wheat, gluten, egg, milk and tree nuts, collapsed at his school in west London on June 28 2017. Speaking after the conclusion of the coroner's inquest, his mother Rina was asked if she felt William Perkin High School had done enough to protect her son, to which the visibly emotional mother replied "not at all".

Mother of boy killed after cheese flicked at him says her 'world has ended' - ITV News

Karan Singh Cheema, 13, died after a piece of cheese was flicked at his neck at school in West LondonA CORONER has slammed the school at the centre of a boy’s cheese allergy death after it used an epipen an entire YEAR out-of-date. Karanbir Singh Cheema, known as Karan, went into anaphylactic shoc…

School of cheese allergy death boy, 13, slammed by coroner for having year out-of-date epipen

The actions of a schoolboy who flicked a small piece of cheese at a teenage pupil, causing him to have a fatal allergic reaction, were "childish and thoughtless" but notThe actions of a schoolboy who flicked a small piece of cheese at a teenage pupil, causing him to have a fatal allergic reaction, were "childish and thoughtless" but not

Boy ‘not thinking’ when he flicked cheese at pupil with allergy, inquest told - AOL