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You never think this could actually happen to you, until it does… until you see your grandmother covered in smoke and burns, barely breathing. Until you see your beloved home turn to ashes - 14.08.2022
This is very hard for me to do, but me and my family need HELP.
The story of how the fire started is long and personal and it involves a 3d party visitor (a relative with mental health issues which has been taken to the psychiatric hospital after the incident)
We’ve lost the entire 1st floor in the fire and my apartment (ground level) was heavily flooded by the outcome. The 2nd floor was also slightly affected, but it’s still habitable.
My grandparents worked their entire life to build our 3 levels house for the whole family (their 2 children and us, the grandchildren). Now, we’ve lost the majority of it and my sweet grandma’s life is in danger. Her condition is critical - induced coma in the ICU and she was transported by the helicopter to Bucharest at SCUCPRA - Plastic, Reparative and Burns Surgery Emergency Clinical Hospital for better treatment (3d degree burns on the respiratory system & 22% burns covering her body, needing skin grafts on her legs)
My grandma means the world to me and that horrific image of her is rolling inside my head over and over. I am at loss for words and still in shock, no tears or screams left. My and my family's lives have changed for ever and it feels surreal having to start a new life.
All the donations will go towards anything we need from now on to rebuild our lives & for our grandma's recovery treatments or worst case... her funeral.
The document uploaded is the fire department report - Blurred our address to avoid potential doxers.
If you donated - Thank you a million times
If you only read this but cannot donate, we thank you as well & we encourage you to tell your family how much you love them!
- Alexandra Florea
Update 22.08.2022 (1 week after the incident)Update posted by Alexandra Florea at 08:07 am
First of all, I want to thank each one of you for the help and support! Thank you! After one week, things are looking like this: We're all working super hard, relatives and neighbors joined as well and also donated blood for my grandma's surgery. We managed to take out. . . . .