Boy gives firefighters heartbreaking drawing as thanks for saving him
Boy, seven, gives firefighters heartbreaking drawing in thanks for saving him and his father from car crash which killed two
- Ollie, 7, and his father driving on A350 near Wiltshire when accident happened
- The ‘horrific’ crash was attended to by Trowbridge Fire Station on October 28
- Ollie was invited to the fire station by the fire fighters and gave them a drawing
A seven-year-old boy who was saved from the wreckage of a fatal crash along with his father drew a heartbreaking picture for the firefighters who rescued him.
Ollie and his father were driving along the A350 in Wiltshire when their vehicle was involved in a collision with a Ford Mondeo.
Firefighters from Trowbridge Fire Station rushed to the ‘horrific’ scene following the incident on October 28.
Ollie (left) was invited to Trowbridge Fire Station after he was involved in a ‘horrific’ accident which killed two people last month
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Marek Adamiak, 42, and Radek De, 28, were pronounced dead at the scene following the collision.
Ollie drew the firefighters a picture, thanking them for saving his life.
Above the picture he drew for the firefighter, he wrote: ‘To the fire fighters men and ladies. Thanks for helping me and my daddy on Sunday 28 of October 2018.’
This is the heartbreaking image which seven-year-old Ollie drew for firefighters after they helped save his life
Firefighters tweeted after the accident: ‘No 7yo should have to see what this tot saw.’
The youngster was invited to the station by the station after he drew them the picture.
After his visit to the station, Trowbridge station wrote: ‘Remember Ollie? Unfortunately he witnessed something terrible.
‘He sent us the attached picture so we wrote back and invited him to the station for a visit. We wanted to check the little man was ok.’
Trowbridge Fire Station was widely praised on social media for inviting the seven-year-old to their fire station
Ollie’s visit to the fire station was applauded by social media users.
Diana Marie said: ‘That is great, hope Ollie is able to feel a bit better after his visit- I’m sure he will have had a great time.’
Another added: ‘Awww Bless him.’
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