The Truth About Zane: Marching on the Environment Agency
Last winter, seven year old Zane Gbangbola died a day after his home in Chertsey was hit by severe floods. His parents think that he may have died from a dangerous chemical called hydrogen cyanide.
Hydrogen cyanide is a poisonous chemical that is linked to landfill sites. Zane's family want answers into his death. They want the Environment Agency and Spelthorne Council to test the land near their home for hydrogen cyanide. And to take action to make sure that this sort of tragedy never happens again.
Please join the family as they march to the Environment Agency on November 28th to present their petition and demand answers. We will meet for the march at the George V statue in the park on Abingdon Street. The park is behind Westminster Abbey and opposite the House of Commons.
In the meantime, please continue to share the petition so we can make it as big as possible for the hand-in: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/p/truthaboutzane