French couple sacrificed their life to save the life of their 9 year old son
The love parents have for their child is unconditional. They are ready to do anything to provide their kids a safe, enjoyable, and comfortable life. They make their best possible efforts to fulfill every wish of their kid. Parents are strong protectors of their children. They stand in the storms, heavy rains, and harsh weather conditions as shelter, or even sacrifice their lives to save their kids.
Let’s read a case of a 9-year-old French boy named Enzo, whose parents died of thirst to save his life during their desert hike trip.
1 Who Is Enzo?
Enzo is a nine-year-old boy whose parents sacrificed their lives to save his during their holiday trip in the Southwestern state. A resident of France, he came to Southwestern state with his parents for a desert hike, which he survived because his parents traded their lives in exchange of his. Enzo was successfully rescued by the park rangers and was flown home with his grandmother from New Mexico.
2 What happened during the trip?
Enzo, along with his parents, David Steiner, 42, and Ornella, 51 flew from France to Southwestern state for a holiday. They started the desert hike when the temperature was between 100 and 101 Fahrenheit or 38 degrees Celsius. They continued the hike in spite of the unfavorable temperature condition. Her mother, Ornella ,became ill and headed back towards their car while he and his father carried on their journey.
The temperature was too high and they did not have enough water. They had only 20 ounces of water with themselves. Enzo told the authorities that his father and mother took one drink and made him take two swallows of water to save his life. Enzo was found dehydrated but in a responsive condition near the dead body of his father in the White Sands National Monument on Tuesday during the rescue operation carried out by park rangers.
3 How did the park rangers find Enzo?
Park rangers found the dead body of the mother during a routine patrol in the area, where the temperature had been about 38 degrees Celsius. They thoroughly checked the body and found a camera near her. When they opened the camera, they saw that she had been with two other people and from there, the search began for Enzo and his father.
After a long hour search, they found Enzo and his father’s body in the White Sands National Monument. Enzo was found in a dehydrated condition near the dead body of his father. The boy was then taken by the rescuers to a nearby hospital in Albuquerque, where his grandmother later joined him.
4 Official recommendation
After this case, National Parks spokesman Patrick O’Driscoll requested the visitors not to start a hike if the temperature is above 85 degrees Fahrenheit and each visitor should carry at least 1 gallon of water with themselves during the trip.