Two men from Coventry have been handed life sentences for the brutal attack on Lee Brooks
Schoolboy Dies In Birmingham After Playing Choking Game
It's feared a 12-year-old boy who died in Birmingham passed out playing a choking game on social media.
Paramedics were called to Castle Vale over half term but couldn't save Karnel Haughton who died on Thursday.
His school friends at Greenwood Academy are being offered special support as they go back to school after the holidays and hear about what happened.
The school have released a statement to Heart:
West Midlands Police told Heart: "Police were called by the ambulance service to an address just off Farnborough Road in Castle Vale at around 9.45pm on Wednesday 1 June following reports that a child had collapsed.
"The 12-year-old was taken to hospital but despite their best efforts the boy died later that day.
"The death is being treated as unexplained and has been referred to the coroner."
A man who repeatedly stamped on a woman's head during a brutal attack in a Birmingham car park shoving a dumped fridge-freezer on her as she lay injured on the floor has been jailed for 15 years.
For the first time, armed officers are on board train journeys across Birmingham.
Zahid Hussain found guilty of a terrorism offence after potentially lethal bomb making equipment was found at his home.
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