The household of a police officer have paid tribute to their “wonderful father” and “well-loved little boy” following their deaths on Friday.
David Louden, 39, and his three-year-old son Harrison have been discovered lifeless at an deal with in Cairndhu Drive, Kidderminster, on Friday morning.
Mr Louden was a serving with West Mercia Police.
In a press release, issued by means of the drive, Mr Louden’s spouse paid tribute to her husband and son, alongside their wider household.
The household expressed their “deep shock, grief and devastation on the lack of two much-loved members of the family”.
“David was a sort, loving, thoughtful, wonderful father, husband, son, brother, uncle, pal and colleague,” they mentioned.
“Harrison was a contented, well-loved little boy. They’ll each be without end missed and cherished.”
An investigation has been launched into the deaths – that are at present being handled as unexplained.
The West Midlands ambulance service have been known as to experiences of a medical emergency on the property at 9.21am.
Two ambulances and a paramedic officer attended the scene.
“On arrival, we found two sufferers, a person and a younger baby,” the service mentioned.
“Sadly, it shortly turned obvious that neither affected person might be saved they usually have been confirmed lifeless on the scene.”
Neighbours spoke of their “shock” on the deaths, with one, who requested to not be named, saying the residents “stored to themselves”.
“They’ve lived there lower than a yr,” they added. “It is a household. The information is simply terrible.”