A 10-year-old boy who died at a Topshop store in Reading on the first day of half-term has been named as Kaden Reddick as his family said he "never knew how many people truly loved him".
Local media say the tragic accident occurred at a fashion store inside the Oracle shopping centre in Reading around 4.15pm yesterday.
It is reported that the boy pulled on some type of barrier in the store, which crashed down on top of him.
The store remained closed throughout Tuesday and police could be seen inside the shop through the door.
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Three ambulances were sent to the scene and he was removed to the Royal Berkshire Hospital where he later died.
The death of a 10-year-old boy at a branch of Topshop is being investigated by police and health and safety officers.
"We continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding this death".
A spokeswoman for Reading Borough Council said the authority was working with police to find out what happened.
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A date for the post-mortem examination has not been set and an inquest has not been officially opened yet.
Bunches of flowers were left against the shop's closed shutters and shoppers paused to look at the tributes. One of the cards reportedly read: "RIP little man".
In a statement Topshop, which is owned by the billionaire Sir Philip Green, said: "The Topshop board together with thousands of..."
A Reading council spokeswoman said: "Our thoughts are with the family during this hard time".
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Paramedics treated him in the shopping centre.