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BY FLORA LYIMO~ BREAKING NEWS'' KWELI KIFO HAKINA HURUMA' JAMANI BADO SIJAAMINI HATUNAE LEO'' UWII''KWELI JIPE MARAHA ANYTIME 'HUWEZI JUA SIKU YAKO YA KUFA NI LINI''


Left-wing firebrand: Bob Crow, 52, died early this morning after suffering a massive heart attack
Left-wing firebrand: Bob Crow, 52, died early this morning after suffering a massive heart attack'' Mungu Wangu kweli amini msiamini maisha haya ni mafupi sana 'mtu upo leo mzima wa Afya dakika moja haupo tena Duniani kabisa? I feel wote waliofiwa jamani'' R.I.P.Boss!!
Home: Mr Crow was rushed from his home in Woodford Green, Essex, pictured today, in an ambulance
Home: Mr Crow was rushed from his home in Woodford Green, Essex, pictured today, in an ambulance''
Rail, Maritime and Transport union leader Bob Crow, who has died at the age of 52, told friends he thought he had flu just hours before he suffered an aneursym and massive heart attack.
An RMT colleague said the union boss 'wasn't feeling well yesterday afternoon' but had put it down a case of flu.
But just hours later he was rushed to Whipps Cross hospital in Leytonstone, east London, by ambulance where doctors pronounced him dead this morning despite fighting to keep him alive for more than an hour.
Mr Crow had his photo taken with engineer Wayne Riley, 29, at a pub in Leicester Square on Friday
Mr Crow had his photo taken with engineer Wayne Riley, 29, at a pub in Leicester Square on Friday''
Last public engagement: On Saturday Mr Crow was in Brighton to speak at a Brighton Miners' Strike 30th anniversary event at the city's Friends' Meeting HouseRail, Maritime and Transport union leader Bob Crow, who has died at the age of 52, told friends he thought he had flu just hours before he suffered an aneursym and massive heart attack.
An RMT colleague said the union boss 'wasn't feeling well yesterday afternoon' but had put it down a case of flu.
But just hours later he was rushed to Whipps Cross hospital in Leytonstone, east London, by ambulance where doctors pronounced him dead this morning despite fighting to keep him alive for more than an hour.

Left-wing firebrand: Bob Crow, 52, died early this morning after suffering a massive heart attack
Left-wing firebrand: Bob Crow, 52, died early this morning after suffering a massive heart attack''
Home: Mr Crow was rushed from his home in Woodford Green, Essex, pictured today, in an ambulance
Home: Mr Crow was rushed from his home in Woodford Green, Essex, pictured today, in an ambulance''
Mr Crow had his photo taken with engineer Wayne Riley, 29, at a pub in Leicester Square on Friday
Mr Crow had his photo taken with engineer Wayne Riley, 29, at a pub in Leicester Square on Friday''
Last public engagement: On Saturday Mr Crow was in Brighton to speak at a Brighton Miners' Strike 30th anniversary event at the city's Friends' Meeting House

Last public engagement: On Saturday Mr Crow was in Brighton to speak at a Brighton Miners' Strike 30th anniversary event at the city's Friends' Meeting House
The RMT boss, who proudly still lived in a council house in Woodford Green, Essex, leaves a partner, Nicola Hoarau, 50, and four children.  He is said to have been unwell in recent weeks and to have visited the hospital where he died today for treatment.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union announced his death this morning 'with the deepest regret'.
A brief statement said: 'It is with the deepest regret that RMT has to confirm that our general secretary Bob Crow sadly passed away in the early hours of this morning.'
Mr Crow's brother, Richard Crow, paid tribute to the sibling he described as 'a loveable little rogue'.
Mr Crow, whose father was also a trade union leader, said: 'It was about 7am that I got the call from my sister - I presume some time in the night he had some problems. We're really trying to find out exactly what happened.
'We grew up together in Chigwell in Essex and he was a very likeable chap - no matter what people said about his politics.
'He was honest, he looked after the people he was supposed to look after, and he was a great man as far as honesty and beliefs went.'
In what is one of the last photographs of Mr Crow, he is seen addressing the audience at a union event in Brighton
In what is one of the last photographs of Mr Crow, he is seen addressing the audience at a union event in Brighton'
Grief: An emotional RMT assistant general secretary, Steve Hedley, comforts a woman outside the union HQ
Mbuta Nanga' huyu Mdada amenikumbusha 'nilipokuwa kwenye basi natokea Dar naelekea Mombasa in 1997 wakati niliponunua gazeti na kusoma kichwa chake cha habari kwamba Princess Diana amekufa' basi watu kwenye lile basi nzima wakaanza kunicheka na kuniambia ,eti namlilia Mzungu kwani ni Shangazi yangu? Uwii hawajui ukiwa unampenda Mtu hata hamjawahi kuonana ukisikia kafariki ni lazima ulie'Anyway'Grief: An emotional RMT assistant general secretary, Steve Hedley, comforts a woman outside the union HQ
Mr Crow, who is three years older than his brother, said: 'People moaned that he lived in a council house, that he never drove a car - he lived a life of the average guy in the street and that’s a rare thing these days.
'When people have a high office in life they fall for the big trappings of the flash cars and the big hotels and big houses. But Bob wasn’t like that, he was a genuine person of the people. 
'He was one of those loveable little rogues, one of those guys that had bundles of friends.'
As news of his death broke, engineer Wayne Riley, 29, from Kilburn, north west London, told how he bumped into Mr Crow in the Moon Under Water pub in London's Leicester Square on Friday night.
Mr Riley, who asked Mr Crow to pose for a picture with him, said they joked with him about tube strikes and added: 'He was a really good laugh.'
Mr Crow's neighbour, Eric Abrahams, 51, who said he had noticed Mr Crow limping last week, said: 'I do feel as if a member of my family has died - he was a great speaker and a great neighbour.
Putting politics aside, Richard Crow described his brother as 'a big heart, honest and kind guy'
Mr Crow drew criticism last month when he went to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with his partner, Nicola Hoarau
Akila Maraha yake 'Mr Crow drew criticism last month when he went to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with his partner, Nicola Hoarau'
'You would never know he was famous, he was just one of us. He would take my bins in and he'd always say hello.
'He never invited me round for a barbecue or anything like that, but I very much supported his policies.
'I'm sad.'
Mr Crow's last public appearance was supporting miners' families commemorating the 30th anniversary of the historic strike at the weekend.
He attended a gathering of RMT union members who met in Brighton on Saturday, and chatted with miners and their wives who lived through the pit closures in the 1980s.
This morning former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, led tributes to Mr Crow, saying: 'I assumed he would be at my funeral, not me at his.'


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