Sunday, May 22, 2016

EgyptAir Crash:Man who sold all for wife's cancer surgery die alongside wife.

        An Egyptian newspaper,Marawy, reported that among the 66 persons that lost their lives on the crashed EguptAir MS804 on Wednesday last week was 31-year-old Ahmed Ashery who had sold his family's flat and car to raise money so his wife Reham could undergo cancer surgery in France.
         Ahmed had left their young son and two daughters with his mother and spent a month in Paris, where Mrs Ashery had surgery and seemed on the path to a full recovery. They boarded Flight 804 on Wednesday night excited to be reunited with their small children but the plane never made it back to Cairo.

       "Ahmed sold everything to save his wife and ease her grief," said Mohamed al-Shenawi, a family friend. "I advised him to accept the command of God and look for treatment in Egypt but he insisted on travelling. They spent a month and then they returned onboard the plane which didn't arrive and now will never arrive."

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