Cairo Winitana Wiki – Cairo Winitana Biography

An 8-year-old boy died at a Fiji resort last week and authorities suspect his death may have been due to electrocution. The boy, identified as New Zealand citizen Cairo Winitana , had been found near a flower garden at Club Wyndham Denarau Island in Fiji, lying motionless on the ground, police confirmed to the Sydney Morning Herald. He had been transported to Nadi Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The two guests who found him unconscious reportedly told authorities they believed he had been chasing frogs when he received an electric shock from a nearby street lamp, according to Australia’s 9News. While the incident is being investigated, police told the Sydney Morning Herald in a statement that from “initial information collected” they believed electrocution was the cause of death. A “post-mortem” autopsy, which they are still waiting for, is needed to confirm this. They did not say what might have caused the electrocution.

Cairo Winitana Age

The age of Cairo Winitana was 8 years.


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Winitana was vacationing with his family at the resort when the incident occurred, according to The Guardian. Although Winitana was a New Zealand citizen, she had been living in Sydney, Australia. The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said in a statement that they were aware of the incident and were providing assistance to the family, according to the publication.

His mother, Amber De Thierry, shared a tribute to him on Facebook writing: “I loved you my son from the moment I knew I was waiting for you and I will love you forever more my beautiful blue eyes.” Members of the Cairo family set up a GoFundMe to help with the family’s travel and funeral expenses, raising nearly $39,000 AUD, well above their goal of $20,000.

Winitana had been a rugby player for the Milperra Colts Junior Rugby League Football Club, which also paid tribute to the youngster in a Facebook post on Saturday. “Our deepest condolences to the Winitana family and many friends. He was a shy and tough boy who loved his soccer,” they wrote. “Once a Colt… Always a Colt.”Read More…..


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