A photo of Sebastian Bowles
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Tribute to UK boy killed in Swiss crash

A British boy was among 28 people - 22 of them children - killed when a coach struck the wall of a Swiss tunnel on the way back from a school skiing trip.

Sebastian Bowles, 11, who had moved from Crouch End in north London to Belgium two years ago, was a student at St Lambertus School in Heverlee.

His parents, Edward and Ann, identified their son's body in Switzerland.

His former head teacher at Our Lady of Muswell Catholic Primary School in London's Muswell Hill said he was known by staff as "the little cherub".

  • 16 Mar 2012
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