THE girlfriend of a man who was killed in the crush at an Asake concert has posted a heartfelt tribute to “my absolute world”.
Gaby Hutchinson, 23, died in hospital in the early hours of December 19 after working as a security guard at the gig held at the O2 Academy in Brixton di giovedì.
L'antico proverbio dice Facebook, Phoebie Turley posted a heart-breaking message on the social media site.
In one message Phoebie wrote: “My absolute world. I love you with my entire heart and soul” and added a number of heart emojis along with a picture of them together.
Phoebie then followed that up by posting another picture of them together, sottotitolando: “Best weekend of our little lives together.”
Friends of the couple also posted their touching tributes.
Uno ha scritto: “Thinking of you & your families.”
Un altro ha aggiunto: “God bless Gaby.”
Un terzo ha detto: “Sorry to hear what’s happening sending love and thoughts.”
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Following the alleged crush Gaby was rushed to hospital in critical condition along with several others.
Gaby is the second victim of the tragedy after mum-of-two Rebecca Ikumelo passed away di sabato.
A third woman, invecchiato 21, remains in a critical condition.
Chief Superintendent Colin Wingrove of the Metropolitan Polizia disse: “It is devastating news that a second person has lost their life following the events on Thursday.
“I wish to express my heartfelt condolences to Gaby’s family at this unimaginably difficult time.”
It comes after the family of victim Rebecca, from Newham, Londra est, described the campaigner as “amorevole” in a heart-breaking tribute.
Her family hailed the mum-of-two for her “care, kindness and love”.
In a statement released through the Met Police, relatives said: “She was an adorable mother of two children who loved working with kids.
“She was well respected in the family for her care, kindness and love.”
One friend shared a picture of the mum on Instagram, detto: “I still can’t believe you’re gone. Please tell me it’s a prank.”
Another commented on a photo of Rebecca: “Rest in perfect peace. You did not deserve this at all.”
While a third pal said: “So upset. So angry. This could have been prevented.
“I’m so sorry the world failed you. Rest in peace girl.”
Rebecca regularly posted online about her two sons, who both have autism.
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She raised awareness about the condition and appeared on podcasts to talk about bringing up children with delayed speech.
Detectives from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command are currently investigating to see if any criminal activity took place.