Mother and two children were drowned in the Norwegian tragedy: Now there's finally good news for the father

Her mother and two sisters of seven and four years have died, but her younger sister at 16 months did the. There went a shock through the Norwegian city of Tr

Mother and two children were drowned in the Norwegian tragedy: Now there's finally good news for the father

Her mother and two sisters of seven and four years have died, but her younger sister at 16 months did the.

There went a shock through the Norwegian city of Tromsø, as a young sudanese mother in the last week went out in the icy water with his three little girls.

the Woman and the three children were 2. december found lifeless in the water.

Shortly after the death of the mother and the seven-year-old girl, while the daughter of four fought for her life.

After some days had she give in to the extreme sub-zero temperatures, her little body had been exposed to.

The preliminary obduktionsrapport show that they died of drowning and serious chilling.

the Tragedy has shaken Norway, but now there is, fortunately, a light in the darkness.

Tuesday police in Tromsø namely, according to the Norwegian newspaper VG that the youngest girl is without for death.

It is unclear exactly what state she is in, but her condition is described as stable.

"on Top of the grief, the news is a bright spot for the father. He perceives that it is better for the youngest daughter and is, of course, strengthened in hope and faith that it will go well," says the family's bistandsadvokat Erik Ringberg to the newspaper.

the Woman has since been charged with murder and attempted murder.

The smallest girl has since been in critical condition in the intensive care unit at Rigshospitalet in Oslo.

the Father sat by his daughter's side, and several hundred sudanese have visited the hospital to show their sympathy.

"the Father is deeply grateful for the love and care, Tromsø's population has shown and given him the last time," says Erik Ringberg to VG.

Professor Lars Mehlum from the National Centre for selvmordsforskning and prevention in Norway says that this type of cases, fortunately, are extremely rare. They usually occur when parents are not in an acute psychotic state, where they can survey their situation.

the Family is originally from the Sudan, and the children's father has permanent residence permit in Norway. The rest of the family had only a temporary residence permit.

Updated Date: 10 December 2019, 20:00

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