Emily Jones Wiki – Emily Jones Bio
Emily Jones was a 7 years old girl. Emily Jones was stabbed as she played in the park with her parents and died shortly after the attack, which was witnessed by her father.
Emily was stabbed while walking in Queen’s Park, Bolton, with her family on Mother’s Day, Sunday, March 22. She was taken to the Royal Salford Hospital, where she was pronounced dead that same afternoon. An investigation into his death opened at Bolton Coroner’s Court last month and was adjourned until Friday, July 3. An autopsy revealed that she died as a result of a neck injury. Emily, a student at Markland Hill Elementary School, was described by her parents as “beautiful inside and out.”
Emily Jones Age
She was 7 years old.
Who is Eltiona Skana Charged With Emily Jones Murder
Eltiona Skana, 30, is accused of the murder of Emily Jones who was in Queen’s Park, Bolton with her parents on Sunday 22 March. Skana, understood to be originally from Albania, was arrested at the scene and later detained under the Mental Health Act.
She has been remanded in custody to appear before Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, May 20.
On Sunday, March 22 police were called to Queen’s Park, Bolton, following reports that a child had been stabbed.
Emergency services were rushed to the scene but sadly despite the best efforts of Emily’s family and medical responders, she passed away a short time later.
After the attack, she was taken to Salford Royal Hospital, but medics were unable to save her.
Coroner Alan Walsh said: “I wish to say I have been truly touched by the photographs of Emily that have been sent to me.
“I send my heartfelt condolences to Emily’s family and friends, but particularly to her parents, who were present in the park and her father, who was nearby.
“In my 20 years as a coroner this is one of the most tragic deaths that I have dealt with and the loss of a beautiful, innocent, lively, intelligent and lovely seven-year-old in these circumstances is an unimaginable tragedy.
“I appreciate that Emily’s parents are beyond devastated and my sincere thoughts are with them at this enormously sad time.”
None of Emily’s family were in court for the hearing but Mr Walsh added: “I make those comments because the police have kept me informed of the tributes the family made shortly after Emily’s death and the photograph that was sent to me, through the police, of her in her school uniform and looking a happy, intelligent child.
“I am enormously sad at her death and it is important that her parents know that all our wishes are with them and our thoughts are with them at this enormously sad time.”
Following her death Emily’s parents paid tribute to her, describing how the little girl, their only child, had been the “light of our lives”.
They added that the primary school pupil was “always full of joy, love and laughter”.
In a statement, they said: “Emily had such a cheeky smile and was beautiful inside and out. She had a heart as big as her smile.
“Emily was never happier than when she was spending time with her family and friends, she was our own little social butterfly.
“Emily had a passion for the outdoors and loved to play any sport, even when she was wearing her pink sparkly dresses.
“We are beyond devastated that this random act of violence means that we will never get to see our beautiful little girl grow up into the wonderful young lady she was showing such promise of becoming.
“It is truly heartbreaking to wake up to a world without Emily in it and we cannot comprehend why this has happened.
“We would like to thank the members of the public that assisted us in the park and express our gratitude to the emergency services for doing their upmost to save Emily’s life.”
Emily Jones Family Tributes
In a tribute, they said: “Emily was 7-years-old, our only child and the light of our lives.”
Emily’s family said she had a “heart as big as her smile”.
After her death Emily’s parents said she was the light of their lives, “always full of joy, love and laughter.”
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