A 12-year-old boy who died at an indoor ski and snowboarding centre has been named by police as Louis Watkiss.
The kid, from Sutton Coldfield in Birmingham, had been severely injured following an “incident on the slope” at the SnowDome in Tamworth, Staffordshire, final Friday night.
Officers had been known as to the scene at 6.40pm and had been joined by ambulance crews.
However Louis died of his accidents shortly afterwards.
Staffordshire Police stated: “Louis’s household are being supported by specially-trained officers.
“We’d ask everybody to respect the household’s proper to grieve in non-public throughout this extraordinarily troublesome time.
“Staffordshire Police are persevering with to research the circumstances with assist from the Well being and Security Govt.”
West Midlands Ambulance Service stated beforehand that its crews tried to avoid wasting Louis, who died “after an incident on the slope”.
A person who was additionally injured on the time didn’t want remedy from ambulance workers.
On Monday, guests to the SnowDome’s web site had been instructed the centre remained shut to the general public for now.
An announcement from the operators launched over the weekend and printed on-line stated: “The SnowDome is to stay quickly closed following the tragic dying of a kid on Friday night.
“The administrators and workers are deeply shocked by what occurred, and our ideas and prayers are together with his household at this horrible time.”
It stated administration had been co-operating absolutely with the investigation and the centre would reopen as soon as investigators had accomplished their work.