13-year-old girl passes away after being discovered unconscious in a parking lot as family remembers “little firework”


13-year-old girl is found unconscious in a parking lot and later passes away as her family remembers her as a “little firework.”

A young girl’s family has described her as having a beautiful soul. The girl died after being discovered unconscious in a South London parking lot.

In the early hours of July 29, 13-year-old Chloe Wheatman was discovered unconscious on Brighton Road in Sutton.

She was taken urgently to the hospital but passed away soon after.

Her devastated family is grieving for the girl they refer to as a “little firework.”

People say she was like a little firework and always living fast.

Jade, Chloe’s elder sister, who is 22 years old, told MyLondon that she was very adventurous.

She was, to put it mildly, “a little rebel,” constantly attempting new things, and she believed she was older than she actually was—only 13 years old.

It was completely unexpected, she continued.

The phone call is something I’ll never forget.

She had already passed away when I got there from the hospital.

It’s broken my heart.

Jade, who was visibly emotional as she spoke of her younger sister, said: “Chloe was someone that all of her friends would go to when they needed someone.”

She was their go-to support person and a shoulder to cry on.

“Chloe had such an exquisite soul.

Due to the age difference, I viewed her more as my daughter than as my sister.

Along with her three cats, hamster, dog, and ferret, Chloe shared a home in Merton with Jade, Sarah, her mother, and other pets.

She attended Greenshaw High, where Jade claimed she had a sizable friend group.

“Music was her passion, and she carried her speaker wherever she went.”

She also adored art and graffiti; in fact, Jade said that she had written on every wall in her room.

She last saw Chloe as they were making their way home from a family visit in Cornwall.

The times I spent with her in my car while driving were some of my happiest memories.

Jade recalled that if she played music loud enough, she would destroy my speakers.

Chloe’s death, according to the Met Police, is being handled as “unexpected.”

Further investigations are being made to determine the circumstances, a spokesperson said.

There will be a post-mortem investigation planned.

In Manor Park, one of her favorite places, as well as the Sutton Lodge Day Center parking lot, where she was discovered by emergency personnel at around one o’clock on Friday, her family and friends have erected memorials.

Even though kids’ funerals are frequently provided at no cost, her family wants to give her a memorable send-off.

She was distinctive in a crowd due to her piercings, colorful wigs, and other…

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Chloe Wheatman, 13, was found unconscious on Brighton Road, SuttonShe was rushed to hospital but died a short time later in the morning of July 29 Her family are in mourning for the girl they described as a ‘beautiful soul’


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