20-year-old Hosam Eisa who was stabbed at The Brewery last week has died. He was found in the car park at end of the shopping centre next to the cinema and restaurants, suffering a stab wound. Hosam was rushed to hospital by paramedics but died about an hour later.
Hosam Eisa was walking back to a car with his girlfriend Salma Begum, 19, when he was attacked at the Romford car park on Thursday, May 18.
Police were called at around 4.30pm on Thursday by the London Ambulance Service to reports of a stabbing near the Brewery Shopping Centre in Waterloo Road.
The victim was stabbed near to the entrance of the shopping centre, after an altercation with four other teenagers. He collapsed nearby and sadly died in hospital. Che Pullen, 19, of Loom Grove, Romford and a 17-year-old from the Romford area were charged with murder last Friday.
Hosam, originally from Egypt, moved to Mantova, Italy, in 2002 with his family before they moved to Dagenham last year.
Friends have taken to social media to pay tribute to him, describing Hosam as “funny” and a “good brother”.
He is the 14th person to be stabbed to death in the capital in the last one month. “It’s so sad, Romford needs more police on the streets and more security inside Brewery.
Original News Source: Mirror