Four children were burned by a neighbors petrol bomb. Mother cried goodbye and said goodbye: One day well be reunited.
According to the Daily Mail, a poor British mother was unable to attend the funeral of her four children and could only express her love for them with a eulogy. Four of her children died in a gasoline bomb attack, and she was forced to miss the funeral because of severe burns.
Michelle Pearson, 36, woke up from a coma to learn that her four children, Demi, 15, Brandon, 8, Lacie, and Lia, 7, had died that terrible night.
The 8 year old Brandons coffin is painted with a portrait of manic characters including iron man and Captain America.
Today, Michel Pearsons sister read her speech at the funeral. The poor mother said, I am proud of them. They are shining in my eyes, and now they are angels in heaven. One day we will be together forever.
Lovely old photos of children.
Shes smart, with big blue eyes and a smile that melts your heart, she said of three-year-old Leah. She likes dancing and singing. She can turn on the TV and sing and dance. When I think of her, I laugh.
She said Brandon, eight, was a small architect under construction. He promised to build a house for his mother.
Leia was carried to the church in the pink piggy * s coffin.
Demi, 15, said, we did a lot of things together. She is my best friend.
At 5 a.m. on December 11, two neighboring men threw two petrol bombs at their house, one of which exploded near the stairs, blocking their only escape route. The fire engulfed the house, and Michelle Pearson called 999, trapped in the heat and smoke before she got through to the phone. The children were trapped in the bedroom, and four died of smoke and burns.
There were heartbreaking scenes outside the church, and firefighters trying to save the lives of four children formed a guard of honor before the funeral procession arrived.
Hundreds of grieving mourners, dressed in blue and pink, stand on both sides of the street in Walkden, Greater Manchester.
Hundreds of grieving mourners dressed in blue and pink took to the streets of Walkden, Greater Manchester, to see the children off.
Demis coffin, a music theme, was carried to the funeral site by her teenage classmate. The family carried a coffins coffin for Brandon and brought him a pony, and Leahs coffin was piggy * pic.
A little pink pig * xiaelias favorite toy - she was taken to the St Paul church with photos of her children.
The coffin man burst into tears as he passed a guard of honor formed by firefighters. That night firefighters rushed into the house that had been engulfed by fire, trying to save the children but failed.
Friends, firefighters and family members of the school were in deep sorrow. They carried the childrens coffins out of the church and buried them together.
Lewis Hughes, inspector-general of the Greater Manchester Police Department, was asked if the police had failed to do basic work and to track down Boland, a man living 300 yards from Mrs. Pearsons house, who had already threatened a petrol bomb attack. No one can foresee the violence that night, Lewis said. Source: cover news - editor in charge of Huaxi Metropolis Daily: Yang Yi _NBJ10647
Lewis Hughes, inspector-general of the Greater Manchester Police Department, was asked if the police had failed to do basic work and to track down Boland, a man living 300 yards from Mrs. Pearsons house, who had already threatened a petrol bomb attack.
No one can foresee the violence that night, Lewis said.