A one-day baby who was excised after puncturing his dying mother's womb & # 39; is unlikely to survive & # 39 ;.
The victim's aunt destroyed revealed that the newborn is a boy after the police today made a second arrest after the attack in South London on Saturday.
Kellymary Fauvrelle, 26, who was eight months pregnant, has been named as the victim whose baby was rescued after emergency services were hunted at Raymead Avenue, Thornton Heath on Saturday at 3.30 a.m.
The police had arrested a 37-year-old man yesterday, who has now been released for investigation.
This is while a 29-year-old man has now been arrested and taken to a police station in South London – where he is currently still.
The baby, delivered on the spot, is still in a critical condition at the hospital.
From her home in Crystal Palace in southeast London, Rosa Fauvrelle, Kellymary & aunt's said: & # 39; it's my husband's niece. He's in the hospital because they're a little blessed because they think the baby might not survive.
A neighbor identified Kellymary Fauvrelle, 26, as the victim who was stabbed to death on Raymead Avenue, Thornton Heath in the early hours of Saturday morning
An ultrasound image that was uploaded to the mother's Facebook page in February, stating that she had expected this summer
An image of the Facebook profile of Kellymary Fauvrelle, taken in April last year
& # 39; Everyone is sharp and everyone has melted together for a very short time. & # 39;
& # 39; Nobody knows anything right now. We don't know that we really don't know what happened. & # 39;
Today, forensic officers were shown who left the premises and officers remained on site. Specialized investigators saw floods in an alley along the side of the house while police officers guarded a cordon in front of the property.
The whole of Raymead Avenue is also closed because officers are preparing today for a full road reach.
Mrs Fauvrelle added that she did not know who was arrested and that they had heard on the news that two people had been arrested.
& # 39; No one communicates with each other. So everyone is very hysterical right now. Very tired.
& # 39; People want answers and we just get nowhere. I know they went to the hospital today, as they said, if you want you to bring in a priest.
& # 39; I think that's what they do. I don't think the baby will make it. I think that a decision needs to be taken today. & # 39;
Forensic officers were shown today outside the building with blue suits and purple gloves, while officers also remained on the scene
A Scotland Yard statement said: “Detectives investigating the murder of a pregnant woman in Croydon have made a second arrest and named the victim as Kelly Mary Fauvrelle.
& # 39; A 29-year-old man was arrested on Saturday, June 29 on suspicion of murder. He was taken to a police station in South London where he is still at the moment.
& # 39; A 37-year-old man who was arrested the same day was released pending further investigation. & # 39;
Speaking of Kellymary, Mrs. Fauvrelle said that her mind was lifted when she found out she was pregnant.
& # 39; All Kelly wanted was to be a mother. That's all she wanted. When she found out she was pregnant, I think that really pleased her.
& # 39; She was an absolute sweetheart. Being the meekest loving person and mother was all she dreamed about.
& # 39; I don't know much about the father of the baby. I don't know her that well.
An officer is standing outside the address while a police cordon is set up while forensic officers searched the property
The address on Saturday evening after the mother was killed in the early hours of the morning
& # 39; We are all so busy that we don't have time to sit down until something terrible happens. It's a little boy. I don't know what they called him. & # 39;
London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, tweeted: & Violence against women has no place in our city, and gruesome murders in the house show how big the problem we are facing. & # 39;
Khan & # 39; s tweet continued: & # 39; My heart goes out to this innocent child and to the mother they have tragically lost. & # 39;
A neighbor told the Mail on Sunday that he had heard the sound of police dogs moving through the building in the early hours of the morning.
He added: & # 39; It was pretty loud, it woke us up. We heard shouts and then we saw police and paramedics. Later I saw another woman come out and just collapse on the street. & # 39;
Mrs Fauvrelle was an enthusiastic motorcyclist and shared an image of an ultrasound in February with the announcement that it seems as if the driving season is waiting for me this year.
Officers were called to Raymead Avenue in Thornton Heath on Saturday at half past three & # 39; after the pregnant woman was stabbed to death
On her Facebook bio she wrote: & # 39; 4 wheels move the body … but … 2 wheels move the soul. & # 39;
In March of last year she achieved her bus ride & # 39; with almost all points & # 39; with Arriva London – which drives the Transport for London buses.
A friend commented: & # 39; The only way is UP, well done Kelly. & # 39;
Shaun Bailey, the conservative mayor of London, tweeted: & Please, God let this child survive. Let the family of this baby come together to free him of this most horrible arrival in our world. & # 39;
Detective Chief Inspector Mick Norman said: & # 39; This is a horrible incident in which a young mother has lost her life and her child is seriously ill.
Forensic bags outside the crime scene on Raymead Avenue, Thornton Heath
The death of the 26-year-old mother marks the 64th murder of London in his year after the fatal stabbing of a teenager in Shepherd's Bush on Wednesday
& # 39; Our sympathy goes out to her destroyed family; they are supported by specially trained officers after this terrible event, and I would ask that at this moment they are left alone if they are going to process the grandeur of what has happened.
& # 39; There is a large crime scene present and it will probably have been in place for some time. & # 39;
This year the mother is the 64th murder victim in the blood-soaked capital.
Yusuf Mohamed became London's 63rd murder victim of the year when he was stabbed in Shepherd's Bush on Wednesday – despite claiming that he raised his arms to show the attackers that he was not armed.
- January 1: Charlotte Huggins, 32, Camberwell
- January 1: Tudor Simionov, 33, Mayfair
- January 4: Simbiso Aretha Moula, 39, Rainham
- January 6: Sarah Ashraf, 35, Isle of Dogs
- January 7: Jayden Moody, 14, Waltham Forest
- January 11: Asma Begum, 31, Canning Town
- January 27: Kamil Malysz, 34, Acton
- January 29: Nedim Bilgin, 17, Islington
- February 4: Carl Thorpe, 46, Highgate
- February 5: Lejean Richards, 19, Battersea
- February 10: Dennis Anderson, 39, East Dulwich
- February 18: Bright Akinlele, 22, Camden
- February 19: Brian Wieland, 69, Chingford
- February 21: Glendon Spence, 23, Brixton
- February 22: Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck, 19, Wood Green
- February 25: David Lopez-Fernandez, 38, Tower Hamlets
- February 26: Che Morrison, 20, Ilford
- March 1: Jodie Chesney, 17, Harold Hill
- March 2: Elize Linda Stevens, 50, Hendon
- March 2: Jolia Bogdan, 3 months, Croydon
- March 3: Unnamed man, 37, Soho
- March 6: Laureline Garcia-Bertaux, 34, Kew
- March 6: David Martinez, 26, Leyton
- March 7: Antoinette Donnegan, 52, Battersea
- March 7: Ayub Hassan, 17, West Kensington
- March 16: Nathaniel Armstrong, 29, Fulham
- March 22: Abdirashid Mohamoud, 17, Isleworth
- March 24: Ravi Katharkamar, 54, Pinner
- March 27: Ramane Richard Wiggan, 25, West Norwood
- March 28: Zahir Visiter, 25, Regents Park
- March 29: Gavin Garraway, 40, Clapham
- April 1: Calvin Bungisa, 22, Kentish Town
- April 2: Hubert Hall, 60, Walthamstow
- April 7: Annabelle Lancaster, 22, Enfield
- April 8: Noore Bashir Salad, 22, Manor Park
- April 16: Gopinath Kasivisuwanathan, 27, Wembley
- April 17: Steven Brown, 47, Stoke Newington
- April 23: Meshak Williams, 21, Harlesden
- April 26: Mihrican Mustafa, 38, Canning Town
- April 26: Henriett Szucs, 34, Canning Town
- April 26: Amy Parsons, 35, Whitechapel
- April 26: Joshua White, 29, Hackney
- May 1: Tashaun Aird, 15, Hackney
- May 5: Constantin Sin, 51, Leytonstone
- May 5: Junior Urugbezi-Edwards, 18, Southwark
- May 11: Erik San-Filippo, 23, Islington
- May 16: Barrington Davis, 54, Lewisham
- May 23: Vladimir Koudriavtsev, 69, Kensington
- May 23: Tatiana Koudriavtsev, 68, Kensington
- May 25: Iderval da Silva, 46, Battersea
- May 26: Alimal Islam, 23, Tower Hamlets
- May 28: Ismail Ceesay, 33, Forest Gate
- May 30: Steven Kennedy, 61, Plaistow Park
- May 30: Unnamed Man, 52, Eg
- June 1: Baris Kucuk, 33, Haringey
- June 4: Adrian Murphy, Battersea
- June 14: Cheyon Evans, Wandsworth
- June 14: Eniola Aluko, Plumstead
- June 15: Gleb Stanislavovitch Zhebrovsky, Tower Hamlets
- June 15: Giedrius Juskauskas, Stratford
- June 18: David Bello-Monerville, Barnet
- June 21: Edward Simpson, Feltham
- June 26: Yusuf Mohamed, Uxbridge
- June 29: Kellymary Fauvrelle, Croydon
Mayor Sadiq Khan's feud with President Donald Trump about the murder rate of London
Earlier this month, Donald Trump published a stabbing reprimand about Mayor Sadiq Khan in London as & # 39; a national disgrace, a few hours after London saw three murders in 24 hours.
The American president tweeted: & # 39; He is a national disgrace that destroys the City of London! & # 39;
This followed a statement by the mayor on June 15, in which he said he would not waste his & # 39; time & # 39; with Trump after he wrote: & LONDON needs a new mayor as soon as possible. Khan is a disaster – it only gets worse! & # 39;
The US president tweeted: & # 39; London needs a new mayor if needed & # 39; as he warned, & # 39; will only get worse & # 39 ;, with Khan at the helm
Sadiq Khan dubbed Trump a & # 39; fascist & # 39; before Air Force One had even left for the state visit earlier this month (photo: Khan & # 39; s video about Trump immediately prior to his state visit)
Two teenagers were killed within 12 minutes of each other, 12 miles apart in the capital on Friday, June 14, while a man was stabbed to death the following Saturday – causing three murders within 24 hours.
Jeremy Corbyn said it was absolutely horrible to see @realDonaldTrump taking advantage of the tragedy of people killed to attack the mayor. & # 39;
The Labor leader tweeted: & # 39; @SadiqKhan rightly supports the police to do their job while Katie Hopkins spreads hate speech and divisive rhetoric. They want to share at a time when we have to come together. & # 39;
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