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When you have made it to the front of your board, all you have to do is get your toes over the tip of your board. Use your arms to keep your balance and enjoy. You can not hang 10 for long, though, so crisscross back to your original position before you lose too much speed.
'I wanted to give him a hug but I thought Women's Jourdan Lewis Jersey , no, he's a grown-up now': Mother tells of last moments before her public school son, 17, threw himself in front of a train.
A mother yesterday described the moment she kissed her son goodbye but suppressed the urge to go back and give him a second hug – moments before he threw himself in front of a high-speed train.
Sarah Pirie Women's Chidobe Awuzie Jersey , 50, had driven her son Jake to the station after a weekend break at home so he could return to boarding school, an inquest heard.
She stood on tiptoes to kiss her 6ft 6in son and went back to the car.
‘I thought about going back to give him another hug,’ she said. ‘But I thought: “No. He’s 17 now. He’s grown up.”’
Suicide: Jake Pirie killed himself on the way back to boarding school in February this year at the age of 17 Star pupil: Jake was a top student at Uppingham School and was set to continue to university this year
The teenager had been worrying about getting behind with his English A-level coursework and a virus had stopped him playing sport all term.
But his mother said she thought he ‘seemed better’ – and after saying goodbye on the platform she returned home to email his housemaster that he was getting back to his normal self.
Sadly the sixth-former Women's Taco Charlton Jersey , a pupil at the ￡30,000-a-year Uppingham School in Rutland, was already dead by the time she sent the email.
The inquest was told that when his mother asked if he wanted to buy a return ticket, Jake replied:
She added: ‘He told me that he loved me as well. But that was quite normal.’
Shocked: Those who knew the teenager said there was no indication that he was feeling suicidal at the time of his death
The tragedy happened 14 years after Jake’s father James Pirie also committed suicide when he was 39.
Mrs Pirie told the inquest Jake was a small boy when he witnessed his father try to kill himself in 1998.
He succeeded a year later and four-year-old Jake was with his mother when they discovered the body.
Asked how this affected her son Women's Connor Williams Jersey , Mrs Pirie replied: ‘He had been starting to ask more questions about his father and what he was like.’
She also told the hearing Jake’s grandmother suffered from clinical depression and was being treated in a psychiatric unit.
The inquest in Northallerton heard Jake was a ‘talented pupil’ who had offers from three universities.
He was worried about English coursework that was due to be handed in and had asked for the deadline to be extended after losing a memory stick he needed to complete it.
Mrs Pirie said her son had been allowed home to Thornton Steward, North Yorkshire, on the weekend that he died in February this year because his grandmother had become unwell.
She said they had a ‘peaceful weekend’ although he had ‘not eaten as much as he normally did’.
Grieving: Jake's friends took to Facebook to pay tribute to him in the aftermath of the tragedy
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