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Rugby community A 14-year-old boy dies in Sydney



Anguished stepmum, in honor of a young 14-year-old boy who took his soul, lost his life yesterday in a deadly storm.

In a post-heartbreaking social media post, a 14-year-old son of Sydney died in a horrendous storm, the stepmum spoke yesterday with a special connection with his boyfriend.

A community in the northeastern corner of Sydney is a shock state, a well-known footballer and student at Pennant Hills High School, Dylan Langhorne, was named as a victim of a tragic accident yesterday morning.

Thornleigh died after an accident at two crash-offs in the Northwest of Sydney, and a man driver died at 19:00 at the Prospect at the Old Prospect at Wentworthville in South Prospect Rd.

In teens, Janda Thompson wrote a special relationship with her boyfriend in the media, one night. "If you can give me another time for my boyfriend, I love you," he said.

"Today has been a tragic accident. I will never forget our special relationship and you will tell me anything. I love you my favorite and you will see that you are getting the best of today's hatred.

"You will always be next to me and I will always say five beautiful children."

His fiance, Shane Langhorne, published an emotional message – he knew that he was "the best parents".

A Gofundme page has been run by a family friend to cover the cost of a teenage funeral. According to a spokesman for the Pennant Hills High School spokesman, the students have left the students for a "heart-loving student".

"We can not begin to explain the heartbreak brought about in our school and in our community," the spokesman said in a statement.

"Our thoughts, hopes and prayers are families, friends, students and teachers grieving.

"If someone is still struggling while it is tough, please do not hesitate to seek help from our teachers or counselors (sic)." Pennant Hills High School is a community.

"At the same time, we are not dissolved, we unite and join.

"Let's find the strength to achieve these incomprehensible times." Dylan football club Thornleigh Thunder FC has also taken the media to offer its condolences.

"The harshest and most heartfelt heart we offer is shamelessly with Shane and Janda and our families," said the club spokesman.

"We do not know how to feel right now, nor do they know what to say or do. In Thunder Family, we send you your mind / your combined legends in your name.

Dylan was three victims yesterday in horror in June.

Tragically, in his 40s NSW SES volunteer "flashed after" died in Flinders, south of Wollongong.

A third person must be identified, even when the car fell into a polar tube at Old Prospect Rd in South Wentworthville at about 7pm.

"This is a tragic event and my deepest sympathy is with the family and friends of the man," said Troy Grant Emergency Services Minister in a statement.

"My thoughts and prayers also have an extended community of emergency services," he added.

When two police officers were seriously injured, the tree fell in the North Ryde car.

A female officer suffered a suspected broken leg and a male officer came up. Floods have disappeared and the severe weather warning has been suspended, but it remains a strong taste.

"It worries us with earthy ground, we will see tracking roads on roads, trees, and trees that fall into the branches, roads, or properties," Ashley Sullivan told the NSW State Emergency Service Channel Seven.

"So, people are wondering cautiously."

The SES received nearly 5,000 calls for aid with more than 2000 jobs, on Wednesday, in 18 floods rescues.

There are about 140 jobs left, said Mr Sullivan. In the north of Sydney, with respect to 1,000 homes and businesses, there is no power to regain local services overnight.

The airport and airport of Sydney depart from the airport due to a bad weather, at least four national flights abducted on Thursday morning.


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