A four-year-old British boy has died in a “tragic accident ” during a family holiday in Egypt. Little Isaac Webster, from Warrington, lost his brave battle – after being ‘critical on life support’ – in Nile Hospital on Friday. He is understood to have been on holiday in Hurghada, Egypt, with his mum Kelly, father Andy and brother Leo.
Mr Webster informed friends back in the UK of the tragic death via Facebook. He posted a photograph of little Isaac playing climbing on a tree saying: “Our little adventure boy sadly passed away this morning at 10.15 UK time.” The day before he posted a picture of him playing in the garden, saying: “Me, Kelly and Leo want to say a huge thanks to everybody for their kind thoughts and prayers for Isaac. He’s a fighter!”
The JustGiving page says: “Isaac Webster from Warrington recently went on holiday abroad with his mum, dad and older brother Leo only to have a tragic accident whilst there. Despite putting up the best fight he could, sadly he lost his fight on Fri 21st April … We’re devastated to lose such a lively, loving and fun member of our family, yet can only imagine how much more pain Isaac’s parents & brother must be going through.”