Parents of 10-year-old boy killed by car donate his organs so others can live

The parents of a 10-year-old boy, who was fatally injured when he was hit by a car while riding his bike, donated five of his organs so that their precious son could help others.

Parents of boy killed by car donate his organs so others can live



Victor Peterzen was on the bike he had gotten for his birthday in June when he was hit by a Jeep. It happened on September 1 on Moorberry Lane and Knoboak near Spring Woods High School in northwest Houston. A neighbor’s security camera caught the aftermath. Victor’s bike was wedged underneath the vehicle. The 4th grader at Bunker Hill Elementary suffered fatal injuries.

“I don’t know how to explain with words how amazing Victor was and, certainly, he was a gift. One that I wish I still had,” said his mother, Luisa Peterzen.

Doctors told the boy’s

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Boy from Bengal’s Gosaba Rides 75kms on Bicycle to Appear for JEE Test in Kolkata

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Boy from Bengal’s Gosaba Rides 75kms on Bicycle to Appear for JEE Test in Kolkata

Appearing for the NEET-JEE exam amid a pandemic hasn’t been easy. While the threat of coronavirus made aspirants, parents and activists apprehensive about the conducting of the exam and triggered protests from many quarters, floods and lack of transport in view of lockdown in several areas also added to the woes of students.

However, a 19-year-old boy, Diganta Mondal, from Gosaba in Sunderbans couldn’t afford to miss the exam even in absence of transport. The boy accompanied by his father, Rabi a carpenter by profession, cycled for six hours to reach the exam centre in the city suburbs 75 km away on Wednesday. He had to travel for two more hours on public transport to finally reach the exam centre in Salt Lake Sector V, the Times of India reported.


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Family creates foundation to honor the legacy of Lafayette boy killed riding his bicycle

10-year-old Leo Cellura’s life was cut short on July 28th. He was riding his bicycle in his Lafayette neighborhood along Merriewood Drive when he collided with a delivery truck.

In the days since the tragic accident, his parents started a memorial fund in his name – the Live Like Leo Memorial Foundation. In just a few short weeks, it already raised more than $200,000.

“Our goal with the Live Like Leo Foundation is, in its simplest form, to preserve Leo’s legacy and share his legacy with others,” wrote his parents, Michael and Dinasha Cellura, in an email. “Today, the foundation is still in its visionary status. We hope to drive two distinct visions within the foundation: to seek out like-minded charities and foundations to support, based on our guiding principles;

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Boy on bicycle dies in collision with delivery vehicle

LAFAYETTE (BCN) — A 10-year-old boy riding a bicycle died in a collision with a delivery vehicle Tuesday afternoon, Lafayette police said.

Officers were called to the 500 block of Merriewood Drive shortly before 1 p.m. and gave the boy medical aid before he was taken to a local hospital, where he later died.

The delivery driver in the collision is cooperating with the investigation and has been interviewed, police said.


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