Environmental Agency investigates death of seven year old

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Environmental Agency investigates death of seven year old
28th November 2014

The parents of a seven-year-old boy from Surrey who died during flooding in February have handed a petition over to the government to find out what caused the death of their son.

The family of Zane Gbangbola want the Environment Agency to carry out a full investigation into his death. 

They believe he was killed after floodwater brought a form of cyanide into their home in Chertsey from a nearby former landfill site. His father, Kye, has traces of cyanide in his blood. 

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