“I heard his scream and rushed to the toilet so to find him lying on the floor covered with blood” the mother tells.
One ordinary showering did not end good. Megan Tilbury of Perth sent her four-year-old son, Cruz, to take a shower before bedtime until she laid bedding on his bed. Suddenly she heard breaking glass sound and a childish cry.
“I heard his scream and rushed to find him covered with hearts lying on a blood-stained floor,” the mother tells the media.
The child was transferred to a hospital and ended up with serious injuries, but fortunately they were not dangerous for his life. He received lacerations (which would require plastic surgeon intervention) on both hands, on his head, chest and muscle damage on his arm – the plastic surgeon was happy that the boy had gone through only this and had no eye damage.
“He did not even touch the glass from the shower cabin, it exploded by itself,” said the mother, adding that the toilet was restored 18 months ago.
“He did not even touch the glass from the shower cabin, it exploded by itself,” said the mother, adding that the rest was restored 18 months ago.
Interestingly, the same craftsman who installed the shower cabin also installed the glass fence in their yard around the pool that also exploded earlier.
Reading about the case, many craftsman called on the mother to help her, and they just explained what had happened. As they argue, the person who set up the shower cabin did not put bumps between the glass and the tiles – and it ended catastrophically.
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