Eliyanna Andam Death – The victim, identified as Eliyanna Andam, was a 15-year-old girl who was riding on a school bus in south London when she was stabbed to death. On Wednesday (September 27), a student at The Old Palace of John Whitgift School was fatally stabbed in the neck during the morning rush hour. She passed away as a result of her injuries. It was reported that the girl had been stabbed at approximately 8.30 in the morning, and emergency services were dispatched to Wellesley Road in Croydon as a result.
Despite the presence of both ground and air paramedics, the boy was pronounced dead at the site fifty minutes after their arrival. A boy, age 17, has been taken into custody in connection with the assault that allegedly occurred after a dispute about flowers. Eliyanna Andam, a student at Old Palace of John Whitgift School, is claimed to have been stabbed to death while wearing her school uniform by a long blade, according to horrified witnesses who were there during the incident.
Despite their best efforts, the bus driver and a bystander were unable to save her life as she lay bleeding outside of the neighborhood retail center. However, medical personnel concluded that she had passed away less than an hour later, at about the time when her parents arrived at the site.
What looked to be a handwritten love message to a “princess” and a “special girl” was discovered by responding officers. “I love you so so much and I never met someone with a better smile and better eyes than what you have.” A note penned on a white envelope read. As forensic experts searched the area for clues, they noticed a bouquet of red roses on the sidewalk. The name of the suspect was not made public by the authorities at the time of this publication.
The family will release Eliyanna Andam’s obituary and funeral arrangements at a later date.
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