June 23, 2014 12:00 pm

Father devastated following the death of his three-year-old son

A red teddy bear holding a heart marks the spot in a back lane east of Toronto street, where three-year-old Robert Wilson Scherban was hit by car Sunday afternoon. He later died of his injuries.

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WINNIPEG- A red teddy bear holding a heart marks the spot in a back lane east of Toronto street, where three-year-old Robert Scherban was hit by car Sunday afternoon. He later died of his injuries.

The little boy’s father Robert Sherban told Global News on Monday, that his son was playing in the neighbour’s yard, while he worked on the roof.

The three-year-old apparently wandered into the back lane to get a toy boat when the a vehicle turned from Notre Dame and struck him around 4:00 o’clock Sunday.

Winnipeg police say the driver stopped immediately and called 911.

Police were called to Toronto Street on June 22, 2014 after a toddler was hit and killed by a vehicle.

Riley McDermid/Global News

The child’s  father tells Global News he attempted CPR while waiting for paramedics.

Sherban says he will do everything to make his son proud.

“I miss you,” he said during an interview Monday, recalling the smiles on the little boy’s face when they attended the Red River Ex recently.

Neighbours say Sherban was a good dad and that his little boy was everything to him.

Winnipeg police say no charges have been laid and speed and alcohol are not considered factors in the incident.

Police continue to investigate.

 

 

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