Sick RAF cadet 'may have survived with help' parents say

The parents of a teenage RAF cadet from east London who died on a military base during a camping trip have said he could have survived if help had come sooner.

David Dibie-Efemena, 14, from Elm Park, become ill overnight in March 2014, but the adults running the camp were 1.2 miles (2 km) away and the communication system did not work.

An internal RAF investigation raised concern about the camp's organization but concluded he would not have survived if help had been at hand.

BBC London's Nick Beake spoke to David's parents Felix Dibie and Zoe Mukoro-Dibie ahead of an inquest into his death.