The father of the unfortunate little girl, not being able to realize the tragedy that found him, made perhaps the most difficult decision of his life: "I will give what is left of my daughter's soul to other children to live", said the girl's father , according to Star.The father's description of how he learned that his daughter was abducted by the truck is shocking:
"My wife called me and cried. He told me "the child is gone". I told her "what left since the child is for bathing". I got the 100 and I say "guys, my daughter went for a swim, did there be any car accident"? I was told that there was a car accident in Grigoriou Lambraki ".
"My wife called me and cried. He told me "the child is gone". I told her "what left since the child is for bathing". I got the 100 and I say "guys, my daughter went for a swim, did there be any car accident"? I was told that there was a car accident in Grigoriou Lambraki. "As he said, he saw the ambulance going to the scene of the tragedy, but he never imagined that he was going to pick up the lifeless body of his child and his injured niece." I saw an ambulance. I said excluded and finally he was my child. I never imagined that I would experience this thing. Whenever I heard about the deaths of young children I never wanted to feel this pain and when I heard I cried and said why the children. This man destroyed me. "To see the ambulance and say I wish he was not my child", he said shocked.
The tragedy occurred at noon on Thursday at Nice, where a dalika dragged two children, resulting in the death of a six-year-old girl and the injury to the legs of a 7-year-old.
Traffic officers are investigating the circumstances under which the accident occurred. They try to find testimonies and also to take a statement from the driver of the truck and find out what exactly happened to the traffic light, ie whether it was red or green and under what conditions the two children tried to cross the road with their aunt. It should be noted that the fatal traffic accident occurred at the junction of Grigoriou Lambraki and Koutaisi streets.