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Three months after the accident in the refectory will Diëgo (3) back to classmates: First, he wanted to not go to school any more
Blankenberge Almost three months after Diëgo (3) severely burned was an accident in the refectory, the little boy returned to school. The toddler stepped out Tuesday morning for the first time back to his class. “First it went a bit difficult, but fortunately it was the old, playing Diëgo back soon”, mom says Annelies Raes.

On February 8, fate knocked within the walls of d’Oefenschool in Blankenberge. Three infants were then badly burned after both a pot of hot water when a pot of hot food on the little boys fell down. The incident happened shortly after noon in the refectory. The children were queuing at a mobile went where the food was scooped up. The children went to the railing and hang on which trays to be put, but because the bar is not anchored, dropped the went to. One of the children was allowed the same evening to leave the hospital. Diëgo (3) was the worst of all and had to spend weeks in the hospital stay. Not until the beginning of march he was allowed out of the hospital.


Since then, runs the nursery, which is a skin graft underwent around with a drukmasker. The doctors are optimistic about the future and his recovery. Diëgo itself is more than strong and continues to steps. Tuesday morning should the boy for the first time back to school. An exciting moment for both him and his parents. “Actually, he wanted first to go to school. Only when we got to the school arrived, he went inside quickly,” says mama Annelies Raes. “In the beginning he was a bit shy - not illogical since it is a while ago was that he still could go to school. But ultimately it was Diëgo well with everything. The old, playing the toddler was back soon.” The drukmasker did with his classmates at first, the eyebrows frown, but also that adapted quickly. The boy has during the day or even the necessary care needed. “We have everything written down so that the teacher perfectly knew what she had to do. Everything went smoothly.”

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