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castanet.net 12 May, 2022 18:00 am

'Crying, crying, crying': Burnaby family grieves daughter's death in dump truck collision

'Crying, crying, crying': Burnaby family grieves daughter's death in dump truck collision
By the time Lutfullah Behzad arrived at a strip of police tape and saw a cluster of emergency vehicles around the site of a fatal accident in Burnaby last Thursday, his anxiety had already hit an unbearable pitch.

Muska had seen how busy her mom was with her other five children and asked to be taught the feeding process, Behzad says.“She was a very, very intelligent and very active person,” Behzad says.If I’m not strong, we will be nowhere,” Behzad says.Behzad says he hadn’t been worried about Muska walking home from school because he thought of Canada as “one of the safest places on earth.

His wife told him their daughter hadn’t got home from school yet, but she wasn’t worried because Muska sometimes stayed late for extra English classes.Behzad told an officer his daughter was late coming home from school, and the officer asked for his name and identification.

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