Child Survivor of Nice Terror Attack In ICU And Remains Unidentified

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Child Survivor of Nice Terror Attack In ICU And Remains Unidentified

A young child fighting for their life after being injured in the Nice attack has still not been identified and no-one has come to visit them, it has been reported.

French media have said the child, aged about ten, has received no visitors while lying in a serious condition in the intensive care unit of Nice’s Lenval children’s hospital

It has left hospital staff unable to establish the youngster’s identity, and unsure as to whether relatives remain unaware of the child’s fate or are themselves among those killed when Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel drove a lorry into crowds gathered on Nice’s Promenade des Anglais.

 The plight of the child emerged as parents and relatives used social media to share images of children who are still missing following the attack, in the hope that they can be traced. If there is anyone that you may be looking for you can go to twitter and post their picture and use #RechercheNice and anyone in Nice will see that photo, or you may be able to help someone find their loved one.

Twitter pages like “Recherche Nice”, set up in the aftermath of the attack, have shown pictures of children, as well as adults, and pleas for help finding them.  One tweet shows the picture of a smiling primary school-age child, and the caption: “Urgent!!! We are looking for Kylan.  Please distribute this appeal as widely as possible.”

Another shows a little girl and the caption: “This little one was with her aunt but got lost in the crowd.  Retweet to find her.”

Others have posted pictures of children who died in the attack.  One, showing a little boy playing with a water pistol at the beach, is captioned: “Rest in peace little angel.  Yannis was four and a half.”

Social media has, however, succeeded in reuniting one eight-month-old baby with his parents, who reportedly lost sight of the pram in the chaos of the attack.

The baby’s aunt Tiava Banner, appealed on Facebook for anyone to contact her if they knew of the baby’s whereabouts.

About an hour later, the baby was found alive and well after it was discovered a local resident had taken the baby into their home.

Lenval children’s hospital treated about 30 children aged from six months to 18 in the aftermath of the attack.  Two died shortly after arriving at the hospital.  It was reported on Saturday that 15 remain in hospital, with five, including the unidentified child, still in intensive care.

If you can help locate anyone at all anyone at all, or need help locating a loved one. The best hashtags being used around the world are


Use any or all of these hashtags on twitter when posting pictures or replying to a picture to notify a loved one. Please continue praying for Nice, France. Pray that this little child’s family finds them, it is possible the family could be in the hospital too. In times like this where there is so much darkness we need to hope and pray for a ray of light. This child is already fighting for their life, the last thing they need is to wake up to is finding out their parents are no longer here.

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