Hull, Yorkshire news on World Asthma Day 2015: Emergency inhalers are being made available at schools around the city of Kingston-Upon-Hull following a campaign by bereaved parents.
In November 2014 Cameron Good, aged 10, died during football practice following an asthma attack.
In December the Hull Daily Mail reported "Cameron Good, who lived in Orchard Park, north Hull, had been 15 minutes into a training session with AFC Kingston Panthers when the attack happened."
Cameron did not regain consciousness and four days later his grief stricken parents made the tough decision to turn of his life support machine.
Shocking figures published at the time reveal that asthma kills three people a day in the UK each and every day.
But in 2015 those figures could and should be much less.
Cameron's parents have been working hard to raise asthma awareness in the city following their family tragedy and the provision of inhalers in schools is a result of their efforts.
To raise awareness on this special day, World Asthma Day, Stacy and Craig are encouraging people to "Take a breath for Cameron" by taking a selfie and sharing it on social media.
As Stacy said in December "When asthma strikes, it doesn't mess around. It killed our son within 15 minutes. “People underestimate this condition. When people think of asthma they just think of a little blue inhaler, but it can kill."
Stacy's partner Craig added "Everybody at 11 o'clock just stops and takes a minute out of their time and just has a deep breath for Cameron and remembers what he was like. We're trying to get everybody to hold a piece of paper up saying, "I'm breathing for Cameron", and to take a picture of that and to spread the word on social media."
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Cameron's school St Anthony's Primary was the first locally to receive an inhaler to add to the regular first aid kit. An asthma nurse also visited the school to give a special talk.