Farewell to two inflatable castle victims today in Tasmania

Farewell to two inflatable castle victims in Tasmania – two other survivors are miraculously discharged from the hospital

  • Chace Harrison and Addison Stewart died in a bouncy castle tragedy in Tasmania
  • They are adopted in separate Devonport ceremonies every few minutes
  • Mourners asked to wear uniforms from Chace’s favorite sports teams to the funeral
  • Six children died in a heartbreaking accident, but two more have since recovered

Two 11-year-old Tasmanian bouncy castle victims are bid farewell on New Year’s Eve at separate memorial services in the northwest of the state.

Family and friends are encouraged to wear the colors of the Western Bulldogs or Golden State Warriors to celebrate the life of Chace Harrison in Devonport on Friday at 10:30 am.

He died in hospital three days after enjoying the year-end celebrations at Hillcrest Primary School on December 16.

Chace was remembered in obituaries as a much-loved big brother and son with a “cheeky grin” that was often involved in “fun-loving antics”.

Chace Harrison died of the aftermath of the Hillcrest Primary School tragedy.

Chace Harrison died of the aftermath of the Hillcrest Primary School tragedy.

“Our hearts are broken. Our world has changed forever. Our love for you will always be the same, ”wrote his parents Teresa and Craig in The Advocate.

His classmate Addison Stewart will be seen off at the same location in Devonport on Friday from 1pm.

Mourners were invited to wear aqua or green to celebrate Addison’s short life, and donations to the Devonport Dogs’ Home were encouraged in their memory.

Her family and friends remember her as “a beautiful angel who was taken far too soon,” a beloved daughter and best friend of her sister and brother.

Addison Stewart has been remembered as a beautiful angel who was taken too early.

Addison Stewart has been remembered as a beautiful angel who was taken too early.

Schoolmates Peter Dodt and Jalailah Jayne-Maree Jones said goodbye earlier this week, while Jye Sheehan and Zane Mellor’s funeral took place last week.

Two seriously injured victims of the incident have recovered enough to be allowed to leave the hospital, Tasmania’s Prime Minister Peter Gutwein confirmed on Thursday.

The coroner is investigating the circumstances of the accident and will receive reports from the Tasmania Police and WorkSafe Tasmania.

An online fundraising page has now raised more than $ 1.4 million for the families.

Schoolmates Peter Dodt and Jalailah Jayne-Maree Jones said goodbye earlier this week, while Jye Sheehan and Zane Mellor's funeral took place last week

Schoolmates Peter Dodt and Jalailah Jayne-Maree Jones said goodbye earlier this week, while Jye Sheehan and Zane Mellor’s funeral took place last week

The federal government has also provided $ 800,000 to advise and assist the region.

Devonport City Council collects countless honors left outside the school to create a permanent memorial.

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