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Michelle Pearson

Michelle Pearson Wiki – Michelle Pearson Biography

Michelle Pearson, 37, suffered burns to 75 percent of her body – dying 20 months on from the petrol bomb attack that killed Demi, 15, Brandon, eight, Lacie, seven, and three-year-old Lia.

Michelle Pearson Passed away

Michelle passed away in the early hours of December 11, 2017, 20 months after her four children died in a fire in their home on Jackson Street.

Now 26-year-old Zak Bolland and 28-year-old David Worrall are accused of murdering 37-year-old Michelle.

23-year-old Courtney Brierley was charged with manslaughter.

They will all appear before the Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday next week.
Michelle was hospitalized for treatment after the fire, but died on August 25 last year.
The fire killed four of their children, daughter Demi, 15, Lacie, seven and Lia, three, and son Brandon, eight.

Michelle Pearson Age

Michelle Pearson was 37 years old mom

two persons arrested in Michelle Pearson burn to death case

26-year-old Zak Bolland and 28-year-old David Worrall are charged with murder, and 23-year-old Courtney Brierley is charged with manslaughter.

They are expected to appear before the Manchester and Salford Magistrate Court on Tuesday (September 15th).

Michelle was fatally injured in August last year after a gasoline bomb was dropped on her home window in Salford, Greater Manchester, in December 2017.
The fire enveloped the house and killed Demi, Brandon and Lacie, who were sleeping in the front bedroom.

Michelle’s youngest daughter, three-year-old Lia, died days later in the hospital.

16-year-old son Kyle survived the fire with a friend.

Following the horrific attack, Michelle was put into an induced coma for five months, kidnapping the funeral of her children as she received specialist care for burns that covered her entire body.

Michelle Pearson tributed to her children

Instead, she penned a heartbreaking tribute to her children who were recited to the congregation. “They were the sparkle in my eyes, now they are angels in the sky. One day we will meet again forever,” he wrote.

Michelle’s condition was starting to improve, but tragically it got worse and she passed away on August 25 last year.

Her mother, Sandra Lever, explained the tragic news on Facebook: “After 20 months of a tough fight. Our beautiful Michelle won her wings and went to join her babies.”

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