Albanian brothers hit to death by the train in Germany on their way to school, the third saved

Two Albanian brothers hit to death by the train in Germany on their way to school, the third saved
Hasan and Blerian Arifaj
 The brilliant student Hasan Arifaj, 17, and his brother, Blerian, 13, who dreamed of becoming a footballer, were hit by a train in Germany on Tuesday morning as they made their way to school.

Miraculously saved, their 14-year-old brother, Arigon, who saw the tragedy of his brothers with his own eyes and then called his father, Arif, to ask him to urgently arrive at the train station.

The sad history of the Arifaj family has saddened the whole of Kosovo and the diaspora, and today the village of Ratish i Epërm in the municipality of Deçan, where this family that migrated to Germany about 30 years ago came from, was full of people and vehicles who came to the ceremony.

Two Albanian brothers hit to death by the train in Germany on their way to school, the third saved

Arif Arifaj, in the midst of great pain, has completely confessed the event. Out of three boys now there is only one, for thanking God that saved the second son.

Two Albanian brothers hit to death by the train in Germany on their way to school, the third saved
Arif Arifaj speaking to media
"In 1989, I went into exile. I started a family and had three sons. Hasan, Arigon, and Blerian. 17 years old, not 13 and 14 years old. The tragic case has been that as usual the child goes to school, I live in a town near Munich, Bavaria. The child should go to school in the city", said the father of the boys.
For the eldest son, Hasan, he said he was a very good student, while the youngest son dreamed of becoming a footballer.

"Hasan was a very good student, so that day, as usual, my wife takes the children to school. However, perhaps a little late, since the child goes to school and has sent them by car to nearby. But at that time the train came and those obstacles have been closed so that vehicles and people could not pass. "They thought to go to catch the train, they were three, the first two saw the train stopped and thought that the train had arrived and there was no other train, and to pass by and go in the train",  Arif Arifaj confesses to Kosovo media.

"At that moment, the regional train arrived, which stops only at the main stations, and with speed, as we know what trains are in the western countries, it took with it my two sons, Hasan and Blerian. So God wanted me to take two of my sons. It could have been a bigger tragedy. It was probably 40-50 centimeters distance from my third son…", his story continues.

The news of the accident of his two sons, Arifi received from the second son, who called him and told him to go to the train station.

"I received the news about this tragic case from the boy who escaped. Although we are forbidden to use the phone. But when I got on the phone and saw that he called me again, he said 'father come please to the station as Blerian and Hasan had been hit by the train. He has been a friend to me. Along the way, I did not think how I would drive, at an undesirable speed how I had to get to the scene at the station. On the way, I tried to find out if they were alive but they did not tell me. When they did not tell me, I knew they were dead," he said.

"I saw my son and my wife in a state of shock" Arifaj said.

This is the end of the story of the Kosovar, who is expected to bury his two sons in Kosovo tomorrow.

Meanwhile, Xhemajl Haradinaj, a representative of the village, told to media that the pain is too great for the boys who lost their lives in Germany.

"Yesterday was a tragedy for everyone, two young boys suddenly passed away while on the way to school, boys of good family, of a humanitarian family. We cannot soften the pain, the pain is great", he said.
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