A 35-year-old singular father who was jumped outward his Bronx home and suffered a fractured skull has died, military pronounced Wednesday.
Philip Roseburgh got into a argue with dual group outward his unit building on Garden St. nearby Prospect Ave. in Belmont about 6:30 p.m. Feb. 20. His adversaries punched him to a belligerent and battered his conduct opposite a path before holding off, according to cops.
Medics rushed Roseburgh to St. Barnabas Hospital with a fractured skull. He died there 6 days later.
On Tuesday a city Medical Examiner deemed his genocide a carnage from blunt force mishap after conducting an autopsy.
There have been no arrests in a case. Detectives are articulate to witnesses and poring over notice videos.
Roseburgh, a father of three, was widely favourite in his building, his neighbors told a Daily News a day after he was attacked.
“He always had his kids with him 100% of a time,” neighbor Preston Brown pronounced Feb. 21. “He was a good dad, amazing. In summertime, he’d lift his griddle out back, cooking with his kids and charity everybody food.”
“He’s never been concerned in anything that would get him attacked,” a victim’s initial cousin Anthony Roseburgh pronounced when a plant was hospitalized though still alive. “I don’t know who would be annoyed to do something like that.”