A crazy gesture that Trevor immediately reported to the police and told Kelly Esqulant, his 28-year-old partner and mother of his three children, when he returned home. The story, told on The Guardian, has rebounded on the web.
After the incident Trevor he began to experience the first symptoms of the disease and within a short time his condition worsened: he found it hard to breathe when he was taken to Royal London Hospital. The day he was hospitalized was the last one in Kelly saw him. The next day he was induced to have a coma, but first Trevor asked to donate blood to have it analyzed and to find a cure. “I know my Trevor, he was always willing to help and so it was normal for him to ask,” said Kelly. Trevor died on April 18, a few days after his 61st birthday.
Trevor Belle, 61, died in the Royal London Hospital on April 18, having tested positive for coronavirus.
Weeks earlier, the east Londoner had been spat at by a passenger who claimed to have the disease, according to his friend Damian Briggs.https: //t.co/1klFxJ4qYA
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