Bullied Boy Dies On Train Tracks In Front Of Classmates
A bullied 14-year-old boy died after he lay on train tracks in front of 50 classmates in Chertsey, England.
Horrified children said that Sam Connor handed his bag and cellphone to a classmate before lying down on the tracks.
Deborah Barrett, the first wife of Sam’s father told the MailOnline: “It’s just so sad. It’s so awful, isn’t it? My three girls are Sam’s half sisters, they are all so upset. It’s horrible. You can’t imagine, can you? I’ve just spoken to my middle one and she said he just lay down on the tracks.”
According to one of Sam’s friends he was being bullied and would sit on his own in the playground at break time,
“Sam was being bullied at school but I don’t know how, lots of children are bullied but it must have been horrendous for him to resort to this.”
Police also believe that a suicide note was found nearby.
The Salesian school denies these claims and a rep said that they had ‘no record’ of the boy being bullied and could make no further comment at the time.