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Daniel (19) and Amelie (15) were able to escape from the room after the first explosion, but then came the second bomb

A British brother and sister escaped narrowly from the terrorist who himself blown up in the breakfast room of the Shangri-La hotel in Sri Lanka. When they esca

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Daniel (19) and Amelie (15) were able to escape from the room after the first explosion, but then came the second bomb
A British brother and sister escaped narrowly from the terrorist who himself blown up in the breakfast room of the Shangri-La hotel in Sri Lanka. When they escape to the hall they were, however, startled by a second bomb. Daniel (19) and Amelie (15) Linsey would not survive. Their father does the story about the unspeakable hell that the family went on easter Sunday.

The British teenagers were at breakfast with their father Matthew, an American banker, in the luxury hotel in the capital Colombo when the horror them from one moment to the other made during the last day of their holiday. Normally they had on easter Sunday to the house to fly. But the American had after the massacre only to London return without his eyeballs.

“You can't possibly describe how awful it was. People were shouting. I was together with my children in the breakfast room. I knew not at first whether they are okay were, it was very dark after the explosion. I was afraid that there was still an explosion would follow. We rushed to the hall to the lifts - and then there was an explosion,” said the wretched man to The Times .

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