The Hebrew media reported that An orphaned 5-year-old Israeli boy is the sole survivor of a cable car accident in northern Italy. began to ask about his parents. The Hebrew media reported on Friday.
The Ynet news website, citing Italian newspaper La Stampa, said Eitan Biran had just been told he had been asleep for several days.
Biran’s aunt, a doctor who lives in Italy. It was said to be at his bedside when he returned after he was seriously injured in this accident. His grandmother is now with him in the hospital as well, Channel 12 News reported.
Biran suffered multiple fractures in the disaster. Although doctors determined there was no neurological damage, he gradually calmed down as his condition improved. A hospital spokesperson said earlier this week that The child was saved by his father̵7;s embrace. who died when the cabin fell to the ground
The Hebrew media reported appointing a local psychiatrist to help inform children of the loss of parents, younger brothers and grandparents.
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The boys’ parents are Amit Biran, 30, his wife Tal Peleg-Biran, 26, and their two-year-old son Tom Biran, who live in northern Italy. And the grandparents of Peleg-Biran Barbara and Yitzhak Cohen of Tel Aviv, 71 and 81, are all buried in Israel.
The mayor of the city that started the cable car told the London Times on Saturday that three Italian families had offered to adopt Eaton, which his Israeli parents raised in Italy.
“I was called by three families who were ready to adopt him. Including a family from Sicily,” said Stresa Mayor Marcella Severino. “Fortunately, Eitan has an aunt, aunt and family to help him overcome this pain. But these proposals make us understand that there is still a lot of humanity in the world.”
The newspaper also said that Jewish organizations in Italy have raised about $50,000 for boys. Additionally, prize money from Friday’s 19th Giro d’Italia cycling race will be donated to those involved in the ropeway accidents. Mount Mottarone, where 14 people died, the Professional Cyclists Association (CPA) has announced.
Italian prosecutors suspect many workers at a job site in northern Italy where a cable car crashed on Sunday. resulting in all deaths With the exception of one of 15 people on board, the emergency brakes were disabled. But it doesn’t work to fix problems or speak out. The report said Friday
Authorities believe the brakes may have been deactivated several times over the years to avoid a halt. According to reports in Italy’s La Stampa and Today newspapers.
More arrests can be reported soon. So far, three men have been arrested in the incident. and admitted to turning off the cable car’s emergency braking system. After repeated problems with brake equipment instead of repairing, apparently wishing to avoid the economic consequences of a prolonged stoppage of repairs .
Italian researchers are expected to examine cables attached to the cabin. The report stated that The theory under investigation is The cable is broken due to disabling the brake system.
According to Italian media reports One of the three arrested Service manager Gabriele Tadini told investigators: “It was my fault… I feel a great burden on my conscience. I pray and deal with myself I will count with God.”
even remorse But Tadini insisted that the ropeway operators did not expect an accident.
The cable “is in good condition with no signs of wear. What happened was an accident that didn’t happen even once,” he said.
Agencies involved in this report