February 20, 2024

Valley Post

Read Latest News on Sports, Business, Entertainment, Blogs and Opinions from leading columnists.

Pain and heartache during last farewell of two-year-old boy who was critically injured in a horrific car accident in BOAK

Pain and heartache during last farewell of two-year-old boy who was critically injured in a horrific car accident in BOAK

Grief and heartbreak in Aghi Paraskis for the boy Nikolas, who could not survive the severe injuries he sustained in a horrific traffic accident in Ligaria on January 28. The screams of parents, the bitter farewells of relatives of the unfortunate A 2 year old boy.

Relatives, friends and fellow villagers quietly flocked to the holy church of Agia Soni to bid farewell and sympathize with two-year-old Nicholas. His ruined family who received a double and severe blow from fate.

The climate is very harsh, people are in tears with flowers in their hands, and the boy's family is devastated. Little Nicholas was also bid farewell by his teachers to the daycare center he attended. The boy's body had been in the church since 2 p.m., and the exodus was chanted at 3 p.m. Many and unanswered questions about the tragedy on the streets of Crete. A boy who died in a car accident in Ligaria area is seriously injured. His grandmother, 59-year-old Maria Karmiya-Avgustaki, who was also the driver of the fatal car, died hours after the crash.

Little Nicolas fought with all his might for several days in PAGNI's pediatric intensive care unit, but unfortunately he didn't make it. After the child's death, the charge against 38-year-old Syros is expected to be changed, and the accused now faces life imprisonment, which is provided for under Section 290A of the Penal Code for dangerous driving.

Source: cretalive.grNews Today:The Greek Mafia, the OUKades and the Fire Course: They are looking for a route of explosives, and they estimate that they are preparing for a major strike.UK: Tortoise crocodile found that can even cut human fingersLarissa: 54-year-old man jailed for beating his granddaughter – says 'she provoked him'

See also  Tensions between the US and Russia have reached space, but the ISS is safe, for now | World | D.W.