Ian Morrell, a 66-year-old father, died bravely on February 12 of saving the family pet Simba, who had fallen into cold water in the Bo’Ness Curling Pond Scotland. Doctors have long struggled to save her life after flying her to the Royal Infirmary Hospital in Edinborough, where she is tragic Dead soon after. To report its story is EdinburghLive.
It is only after 12 noon when the emergency services leave for Kinneel House, for Mr. Morrell and him Cane In critical condition after struggling to survive in cold water. Scottish police said the dog was recovered and released under the supervision of SSPCA (Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
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In a tribute tribute, Mr. Morrell’s distraught daughter, Alana Morrell, mourns the loss of her “best friend,” “model and inspiration”, grateful for the fatherhood that saved the life of the dog Simba in the tragedy. “For my best friend, Father, I will always be in vain for you and my life will never be without you. I hope you can be with me during my next goals »said the girl.
“I hope to make you proud and I wish I had one last chance to thank you for everything in the last 20 years. Holidays, I have more than 5 hours to explore skating competitions, without To leave the edge of a rink. 20 years of memories for a lifetime ».
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“If I was on my way to school or on the weekends when I sing my song in the car, when you take me swimming, I could go back and we got a blue slush or a banana milkshake from McDonald’s, I’d do it again. I will never open my heart. There are not enough pages in a book to write everything. You will never understand how much I appreciate everything you have done for me and I wish it was different. ‘
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«You made me that person today Trying to never give up and always do your best. I am truly heartbroken because I will never listen to your voice or have anyone to reassure me through my worries and problems or rescue me at 4 am. I still hope you walk in that door and shout “Maya Nan”. I will do anything in this world to do this and I will never let you go again. ‘
“Nobody in this whole universe was better than my father. He gave me everything and more. It went above and beyond for me and it was the best role you can ask for a great role model, an inspiration that I hope now resides within me. It will be a long time before we meet again, But I hope you are having fun, you deserve the world. “The girl said:« One last big thank you for risking your life to save Simba. I know how much you loved him and I really hope that a part of you lives in him As you loved her with all my heart, just for me. ”
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Friends and acquaintances of the man recalled her on social media as a “gem and gentleman” and “always smiling and smiling”. A friend said: «An ultimate diamond of a man. He will be depressed by many ». Another user wrote: “It was one in a million that would always laugh and smile and take the time to chat and laugh and I’ll always remember it.”
A Scottish police spokesman spoke to Scottish media, reconstructing the tragic story: “On Friday 12 February 2021 at about 12.45, police report a man and a dog in the water at Curling Pond, Kinnear’s Wood, Bo ‘Ness Millie. “The man was rescued from the water by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and taken by Helmid to the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh, where he later died. The dog was rescued from the water and left under the care of SSPCA Gone. Investigation is still going on
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