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Death jump man in hospital move
The Hogan family
Liam's funeral will be held on Tuesday 29 August
A man whose six-year-old son died after he fell with him from a hotel balcony in Greece has been briefly transferred to a different hospital.

John Hogan, 32, from Bradley Stoke near Bristol, had been in hospital under police guard in Heraklion, Crete.

The Foreign Office could not confirm why he was temporarily moved on Friday to a hospital in Ierapetra, where his six-year-old son Liam died.

He was moved back to the University Hospital in Heraklion on Saturday.

Facing arrest

The businessman, who suffered a broken arm and leg and chest injuries in the fall on 15 August, also jumped with his daughter, Mia, two, who broke her arm.

Mrs Hogan, 34, and Mia returned to the UK on 18 August.

The Foreign Office said on Friday Mr Hogan will be arrested on suspicion of the murder of his son and attempted murder of his daughter when he is fully recovered.

Earlier this week an inquest into Liam's death was opened and adjourned at Flax Bourton Coroner's Court near Bristol.

Liam's funeral will be held at Holy Trinity Church in Bradley Stoke on Tuesday.

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