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Family of Awaab Ishak killed by mould in Rochdale flat say racism played part in his death

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A two-year-old boy's death was caused by "extensive" mould in his family's flat, a coroner has concluded in a case that should be "a defining moment" for the housing sector.
Published 3 months ago · Rochdale, United Kingdom

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Boy's death caused by mould in flat, coroner rules

Awaab Ishak's family say racism played a part in the way their complaints went unresolved.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Child killed by mould exposure in ‘defining moment for housing sector’, inquest finds

Awaab Ishak died as a result of a severe respiratory condition in December 2020

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Rochdale toddler Awaab Ishak died in mouldy flat unfit for humans, inquest finds | UK

An inquest concluded the flat on the Freehold estate in Rochdale was unfit for human habitation, resulting in Awaab Ishak's death.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Toddler died because of mould-infested flat that was 'unfit for humans'

Awaab Ishak died shortly after his second birthday from a respiratory problem caused by his damp living conditions, coroner rules

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Family of tragic Awaab Ishak say they felt 'worthless' by scale of killer mould

Awaab Ishak died in December 2020 from a respiratory condition caused by mould in the one-bedroom flat where he lived in Rochdale.

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Coroner rules Awaab Ishak, 2, died after mould not treated at his home

"Awaab will - I am sure - make a difference for other people"

3 months ago·Manchester, United Kingdom
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