Identified! Sweden - Child Tsunami Victim missing parents, 2005 - Reunited

Discussion in 'Identified!' started by Mrs_Norwood, May 16, 2005.

  1. Mrs_Norwood

    Mrs_Norwood Inactive

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    I got this in my e-mail. I have no idea if it is a hoax or not, but I thought it was worth posting...

    Subject: Have a quick look

    Please pass this on.

    You never know who we may know that has some information concerning this child.

    Nobody knows who this boy belongs to! Please send this to all - we mean all! - the people in your entire

    network. Looking for his family. The boy about 2 years, vacationing in Khoa Lak ! is missing his parents.

    Nobody knows what country he comes from. If anybody knows him please contact us by phone
    076-249400-4 ext. 1336, 1339 or e-mail : info@phuket-inter-hospital.co.th

    Here is the picture of the child that was attached with it. I uploaded it to my photobucket.

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    The poor little boy looks so sad and hurt. I wonder how he got so banged up and the article says he is only two years old. He looks older than that, maybe 5.
     
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  3. Ex-exlurker

    Ex-exlurker New Member

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    This little boy was one of the victims of the tsunamis that hit Asia. I don't have a link, but I believe he was from Sweden and was reunited with his family. I remember his face because he looks a lot like my son did at that age. His story haunted me when it was on the news during the aftermath.

    Edited to add link:

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory?id=369270&CMP=OTC-RSSFeeds0312
     
  4. Mrs_Norwood

    Mrs_Norwood Inactive

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    Ohhh that's great that the little boy found his father. I looked it up on yahoo also and found that his mother had been confirmed dead, that's sad, but I'm still glad his father got him back.

    http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:...miboy.html+"Suzanne+Bergstroem"&hl=en&start=5
     

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