Tragedy in Tempi: The 20-year-old hero who broke the window and saved at least 10 people on the ill-fated train

Andreas Alikaniotis Tempi train collision

A doctor from the Larissa University Hospital made known on her Facebook the heroic act of a 20-year-old passenger of a fatal passenger train in Tempi, who managed to break the glass of one of the train carriages and save at least ten of his fellow passengers.

Andreas Alikaniotis, who came out almost unscathed from the 2nd carriage, and defied the danger, the huge fire burning next to him risked his life to save people.

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The entire post by Dr Eris Tziastoudis:

"Although the sky was filled with angels today, we are lucky to have an earthly angel among us, the 20-year-old student Andreas Alikaniotis, who came out almost unscathed from the 2nd carriage. He is a hero because at the risk of his life, with the huge fire next to him, he did not abandon the wagon but succeeded and broke the glass by himself and saved at least ten more children, boys and girls.

In today's dark day, Andreas showed us that the new generation of Greeks has kindness, principles and morals!
Congratulations my beautiful Andrea, congratulations to the parents who raised you!!!"

At least 43 people died in the head-on collision between a passenger service and freight train that shocked Greek People around the world.

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