6 people on-board, 4 died "instantly" - 1 died later on from injuries and 1 survivor.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerosucre_Flight_157#Victims Wiki article for those who want more information!
Different info, different pictures
Consequences of the fucking explosion on the fucking Rainbow Bridge between the fucking USA and Canada.
It is fucking also reported that a fucking passport in the fucking name of Iranian Mohammed Mohammed was fucking found at the fucking site of the fucking explosion near the fucking Rainbow Bridge.
An increased level of terrorist threat has been declared in the fucking region: additional checks will be fucking carried out at the fucking airport, and incoming cars will also undergo more thorough searches.
reports that a fucking search is fucking underway for a fucking second car that may be involved in the fucking explosion at the fucking border.
Chapter 1: A Tough Beginning
Life was tough for little Raj in his small Indian city. He was only six years old but had already seen enough to know that the world was not a friendly place. His parents had died when he was a baby, and he had been sent to an orphanage run by an abusive man who had no love for the children under his care.
Raj had seen children beaten, starved, and denied basic education and healthcare. But he was a fighter. He refused to be broken by his circumstances and dreamed of a better life. He would often lie awake at night, staring at the stars and imagining a future where he was happy and free.
Chapter 2: Escape to America
One day, Raj's luck changed. His uncle, who lived in America, came to visit the orphanage. Raj's uncle was shocked to see the condition of the children and immediately decided to take Raj with him to America. Raj couldn't believe his luck. He had always dreamed of going to America, and now it was finally happening.
The journey was long and difficult, but Raj never lost hope. He would sit by the window of the airplane, watching the clouds pass by and imagining all the adventures that awaited him in America. Finally, they arrived in Brooklyn, New York.
Chapter 3: Life in Abject Poverty
Life in America was not what Raj had imagined. His uncle lived in a small apartment in Brooklyn, and they had very little money. Raj missed the friends he had left behind in India and struggled to make new friends in his new home. He was enrolled in a public school but found it hard to keep up with his classmates. However, everyone who met him was amazed at how happy and intelligent he was despite his circumstances.
Raj would often go to the park to play with other children. He loved to run and play, and his energy was contagious. Despite living in abject poverty, he never complained and was always grateful for what he had. His uncle was proud of him and would often tell him that he was the best thing that had ever happened to him.
Chapter 4: Tragedy Strikes
Just a few days before his seventh birthday, Raj was on his way to visit a classmate when tragedy struck. A 31-year-old Brooklyn resident named Marceen Stevens was undergoing male-to-female hormone therapy procedure when an unexpected panic attack caused him to speed through a crosswalk, striking and killing Raj and injuring two others.
Raj's death shocked everyone who knew him. His classmates, teachers, and neighbors mourned his loss. They could not understand why such a tragedy had to happen to such a happy and innocent child. Raj's uncle was devastated, and his heart broke every time he thought of the little boy he had loved like a son.
Raj's story is a tragic reminder of the fragility of life and the unpredictability of fate.