Distraught mum of electrocuted boy, 7, breaks down as electrician CLEARED of manslaughter over pub beer – The Irish Sun

THE heartbroken mum of a boy who died after being electrocuted outside an East London pub wept in court today as an electrician was cleared of his manslaughter.

Harvey Tyrrell, 7, was shocked after sitting on lights on the wall of a pub beer garden while holding onto a metal railing in September 2018.


Harvey Tyrrell died after being electrocuted in the beer garden of the King Harold pubCredit: SWNS:South West News Service


Colin Naylor was cleared of manslaughter at Snaresbrook Crown Court today


The seven-year-old was electrocuted outside the King Harold pub in RomfordCredit: SWNS:South West News Service

Colin Naylor, 74, installed the lights at the King Harold pub in Romford but was cleared of manslaughter by a jury at Snaresbrook Crown Court today.

Naylor was found not guilty of gross negligence manslaughter, but was convicted of failing in his

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