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You have forever left a void in our hearts: Woman who was Tragically killed in Handsworth Named Kinga Roskinska

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Earlier this year, a woman named Kinga Roskinska was tragically killed in Handsworth. She was 37 years old. On March 14, there was an incident on Oxhill Road where Kinga suffered a stab wound. Paramedics tried their best to help her, but sadly, she couldn’t survive her injuries and passed away.

Kinga’s family shared a heartfelt tribute to her. They expressed how much they miss her and compared the feeling to the sun that never goes away. They mentioned that even though the spring grasses, which she loved, won’t return, they eagerly await the day they will meet her again in a heavenly garden created by their Lord. They believe she is watching over them from another world, witnessing the growth of the children she cared about.

The family’s tribute also acknowledged the emptiness and sadness they feel due to Kinga’s absence. They mentioned a void in their hearts, feeling her absence in their arms, and noticing an empty place at the Christmas table. Despite their grief, they expressed their deep love for her and their eagerness to be reunited in the future.

Initially, Kinga’s death was considered unexplained, leaving authorities puzzled. However, after conducting further investigations, they were able to charge a man named Pawel Ondycz with her murder. Pawel, who is 50 years old and has no permanent address, appeared in Birmingham Magistrates Court today, on June 20. He has been remanded into custody and is scheduled to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on Thursday, June 22.

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