“When is dad coming? I miss you”… Family mourns after crash
The bereaved family said that their 4-year-old son, the only survivor of a fire crash in a Busan apartment building that left two people dead and one seriously injured, is complaining of psychological pain due to the shock of the accident.
At 4:18 pm on the 9th, a fire broke out on the 7th floor of an apartment in Busanjin-gu, Busan, causing A (45), his son (4), and his Vietnamese mother-in-law (57) to take refuge on the balcony, cling to the window frame, and then fall.
As a result of this accident, Mr. A died at the scene온라인카지노. The mother-in-law was taken to the hospital in cardiac arrest, but eventually died. The child, who suffered a serious injury to his leg, needs further surgery, but his condition is not in danger of life.
Mr. A’s younger brother said, “It is heartbreaking to hear that my son, who still does not know the news of his father’s death, asks, ‘Dad, where did you go? I miss you.’” and added, “Maybe it is because of the shock of the incident, but if my mother is away from my side even for a moment, I am very anxious and it is difficult psychologically.” did.
The bereaved family estimates that this fire started in a small room used as a dressing room next to the kitchen.
The bereaved family explained that this closet was only used for storing clothes and was not a space for sleeping or living. This is also the location that the Busan Fire Department estimated to be the ignition point during a joint on-site inspection on the 10th.
Mr. A’s younger brother said, “I think my brother, who was sleeping in the living room after working early in the morning, was forced to take refuge on the balcony when a fire broke out in the living room and the closet adjacent to the front door, and then got angry.”
Mr. A’s aunt told the media, “When I asked my 4-year-old son, who fell from the balcony of the apartment building with his father and seriously injured his leg, where the fire started, I was told, ‘The fire started in the closet.'”
Currently, police are investigating the exact cause of the fire and the circumstances of the crash. We are especially looking forward to the statement from the child, who is the only survivor, but we believe recovery is the priority and are watching the progress of hospital treatment and surgery.