"The british siblings, Daniel Linsey, 19, and his sister, Amelie, 15, survived the first bombexplosionen in Sri Lanka. "
"But they were killed by the others when they tried to escape terrorattentatet."
"– They would fly home later the same day and had just eaten breakfast when the first bomb exploded, says brother David Linsey, 21, to the Daily Mail."
"the Siblings ate breakfast with his dad, Matthew, at the luxury hotel Shanri - La in Colombo, when the first bomb exploded. When they fled, exploded the bomb and siblings died. The father survived the two explosions and returned home to his family in London."
"– My dad says that they were caught in the second explosion when they tried to escape. Both my brother and my sister became unconscious and was taken to the hospital, but never woke. Dad is in shock and has not said so much, he tries to be strong in the face of my mother and my little brother, who is only twelve years, " says David Linsey. "
"the Father got scratches in the face and has been taken care of by his family in London. According to the Daily Mail, he has told the family that he hoped that the daughter, Amelie, had survived when she had no visible injuries. "
"– to begin with they thought that Amelie was not seriously injured. She didn't have any visible wounds, but she must have had internal injuries. I think they both died immediately. You do not think this is going to hit, we are completely broken, and miss them incredibly much, says the brother of the English magazine. "
"the Siblings traveled around Asia on a påskresa together with their dad. They had landed in Sri Lanka just a few days before the terrorist attacks. Daniel Linsey loved to travel and according to her brother, he had planned to study tourism at university. And the sister is described as ” one of the kindest you can imagine”. "
" My sister was the family's mine, she held us up and my brother would be studying at the university. This was an easter holiday where they could spend time with our dad, they really looked forward to it, " says David Linsey. "
"Over the 290 dead in the bombing."
"Over 290 people and 500 have been injured in the terrorist attacks against the various churches and exclusive hotels in the country. Police have arrested 24 people suspected of the attacks, and forensic specialists have indicated to the AP that the six first attacks carried out by seven suicide bombers. Militant islamists thought to be behind the attack, which is the country's bloodiest event since the civil war ended in 2009. "