Rai-Lèyah Parveen Saddique, 10, tragically collapsed at her school in Wakefield UK in front of her young classmates and died after reportedly suffering a brain haemorrhage.

The heartbreaking photo of young Rai-Lèyah being led away in her tiny coffin by a white horse-drawn carriage with flowers at the back was shared on Facebook after the 10-year-old lost her life after collapsing at her school last week.

Earlier, the Janaza Announcements Facebook page shared the news of Rai’s tragic death, noting at the time: “Hundreds of people attended the funeral of a Wakefield schoolgirl who died after suddenly collapsing at school.

“Rai-Lèyah Parveen Saddique was rushed to hospital after collapsing at school last Wednesday afternoon.

“She was transferred from Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield to Leeds General Infirmary where she died in the early hours of Monday morning.”

A family spokesman said: “She was a hard-working girl who was loved by family and friends.

“Her school was closed today. Students attended (her funeral) and let off balloons.”

Rai-Lèyah Parveen Saddique reportedly died of a brain haemorrhage, the spokesman said, noting that the young girl was ‘fit and healthy’.

The funeral at the Jamia Masjid Swafia mosque, which was followed by a burial service at Wakefield Cemetery on Sugar Lane, was attended by teachers and pupils from her school, as well as her family, including parents Natalie and Asif.

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