It's sad seeing people disable after they were born able. some times, it's not always their fault and nevertheless is it their wish. It all just happens accidentally.
They has been a picture of this boy of 14 years who sad incidents melts the hearts of many on social media.
From sources, the boys legs were cut off by a sawmill.
This was after his younger brother unknowingly switched on the machine while the victim was lying under the machine and was playing at the shop."
He is now receiving medical treatment at the hospital.
Many people have expressed their sad feels about the sad news of this boy, and urge government to help the poor boy with the bills.
As we read, let's pray for him and also advise our friends and families to always check round their machines any time they want to on them to prevent such sad occurrences.
This is so sad and painful.
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