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A devastated twin has a broken heart after his "beautiful" teenage sister died of killer flu when he fell ill on Christmas Day. The 18-year-old engineering student could barely walk and the tests revealed that she was suffering from sepsis, flu, pneumonia and a fungal infection. The teenager, from Hanford, Staffordshire, was put in an induced coma but did not recover and died a month later. He died at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester surrounded by his loved ones, including his twin sister Megan, on January 27. Struggling to contain the tears, Megan told The Sentinel: "It's broken me, I do not know what I'll do without it. "We did everything together and now they took it away from me, she was funny, we had a lot of jokes, I could not have asked for a better sister." Now her devastated parents are warning others not to delay going to the hospital if they have symptoms similar to the flu . His mother, Sharon Whiteley, a 53-year-old Portmeirion worker, said: & # 39; We could not believe it "We thought that when we went to Leicester it would have a positive result, but in the days before that he would not give in, but we knew he was not improving." You do not want it to be the end and you do not want to let it go, but You can not be cruel & # 39; We knew that if you only have a cold, they do not want you in A & E because you could spend more germs or you could waste your time, but I would tell anyone if you are not sure, go … Not wasting time Make sure they check it out. "His father Mark Whiteley, a 50-year-old HGV driver, added:" I really could not control my emotions at that time. "Seeing the color coming out of his lips and seeing the heartbeat was unreal … AT LEAST 231 DEATHS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM HAVE BEEN ATTRIBUTED DIRECTLY TO THE FLU The latest figures show that 231 deaths have been directly attributed to influenza in the UK So far this winter, with 193 in England, 26 in Scotland and 12 in Northern Ireland, there is no precise data for Wales, but this is only related to those who died in intensive care. It is much higher and will be completed in the months after the outbreak of the outbreak, the health agencies of each of the nations of origin monitor the "excess of deaths", how many people die more than expected, to give a rough estimate The deaths have reached a "statistically significant" level in Scotland, Northern Ireland and England, but have not yet exceeded the level established in Wales.A separate analysis of the ONS figures of the Dai The Mail earlier this week revealed that deaths in England and Wales have increased by 16 percent on average for this time of year. Some 55,964 deaths have been recorded between the two natio

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