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At 12, Ava White decided to go out yesterday with her friends to see the traditional lighting of the lights of the Liverpool Christmas tree. To do this, she went around five in the afternoon to Church Street, the main commercial artery of the city where, just a few hours later, she would be brutally murdered after an

alleged discussion with another group of young people.

On November 25, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women,

four boys between the ages of 13 and 15

were arrested as alleged perpetrators of the events.

It was at 8:39 p.m. when the police received the notice of what happened. Upon arrival, they found

a passerby trying to revive the little girl

until medical assistance arrived. Despite being treated at the time and later transferred to Alder Hey Children's Hospital, she died shortly after from her injuries. The reasons, for the moment, are not clear, because although it was assured at first that he had died of a


shortly after it was announced that an


would be performed

to learn more about the



in which he was produced the assault.

"We believe that Ava and her friends were immersed in a verbal discussion with another group and that this was what led to the fatal assault against her. From what we understand,

the assailants were seen fleeing the scene,"

says a Merseyside Police statement. "Our thoughts are with Ava's relatives, who are already receiving the assistance they need. The world is turned upside down, no parent should face a call from a police officer telling them that their child has passed away."

At the moment, the four young detainees are still being questioned about what happened, although, due to the place where the events took place, there should be enough witnesses to know exactly how everything unfolded. Today,

in full celebration of Black Friday, and, surely without knowing the facts, several passers-by would have complained

that the police cordon around the crime scene blocked the entrance to the Mark & ​​Spencer and Primark stores, according to the BBC.

"The center of Liverpool was very crowded at the time due to the lighting of the Christmas tree lights, so we asked that anyone who saw something or even recorded what happened with their mobile contact us to help us clarify the facts, "explains a Merseyside police spokesman.

"There will be more officers in the area over the next few days so that everyone visiting the city center feels safer.

Ava's death should remind us of the important role we all have in eliminating violence against women. women and girls ".

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