Robin Caliskal Wiki – Robin Caliskal Biography
Five-year-old Robin Caliskal drowned in a swimming pool just an hour after arriving at a holiday park in Cornwall.
Robin Caliskal died at the Atlantic Reach holiday park in Newquay after desperate calls to emergency services that he was in trouble in the water. He had helped his parents, Ferzane and Cemal Caliskal, pitch their tent before going swimming with them and their six-month-old brother, Renas. His father, Cemal, 35, took pictures of his wife and children just minutes before Robin tragically drowned. Cemal said Robin had been with him in the main pool and asked to join his mother and brother in the baby pool. Due to “low lighting” and “barriers”, Cemal and Ferzane did not realize he was drowning until it was too late.
Robin’s parents claimed that he had no lifeguards at the pool. They estimated that the ambulance took about 20 minutes to arrive. Cemal, from Plymouth, said: “I want all parents to see this story, this can’t happen again.” We are in pain and we do not want any parent to have a similar feeling. Describing little Robin, Cemal said that he “loved hugs” and that he was a “very cute and intelligent” boy. “He was smart and his handwriting, he could write with both hands,” he said. Robin adored his Renas little brother and “would love to put him on his lap and rock him.”
Robin Caliskal was 5 years old.
Robin Caliskal Death: Police Investigation Report
Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed they are investigating the incident and are working with representatives from the Cornwall Health and Safety Board, who are conducting inquiries in relation to Robin’s death. A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: “Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a child at a holiday park in Newquay. The ambulance service informed the police that a five-year-old boy had drowned in a swimming pool inside the Atlantic Reach Holiday Park, yesterday afternoon. The boy is from the Plymouth area and his next of kin are aware, the death is not being treated as suspicious and a file should be prepared for the coroner. “Officers from Devon and Cornwall Police along with representatives from Cornwall Health and Safety Board are conducting inquiries in relation to the circumstances surrounding this death.” Atlantic Reach released a statement on social media following yesterday’s incident. A post on their Facebook page read: ‘We have closed our Leisure Club for the rest of tonight. We apologize for this short notice.