Three family members visiting a steamy volcanic field near Naples have died after an 11-year-old boy entered an off-limits area and his parents followed to try to rescue him.
The incident happened Tuesday at the Solfatara Crater in Pozzuoli, a popular tourist attraction near Naples.
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The boy slipped after breaching a fence surrounding the Solfatara Crater in Pozzuoli and his parents followed in an attempt to rescue their son, police said.
The father ran to his aid when the ground gave way beneath him. When the boy's 42-year-old mother tried to save her husband, she was also sucked in. They've determined the fields had risen by about 12 inches over a decade.
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Parents drop their kids to school with the trust that our kids will be safe, protected within these walls of learning. Agitated parents demanded that the school authorities should also be booked for the murder of the boy.
Emergency crews were said to have arrived within minutes of the tragedy. It was a tragedy; they pulled out two bodies, then pulled us away. "I continue to think about that family and that poor baby crying and asking for help", Vitagliano said.
Tourists are allowed to walk around the ground level Solfatara crater, which is dotted with trees, while admiring fenced off bubbling mud pools and fumeroles that spurt steam and sulphurous gases.
"I express my closeness from the community of Pozzuoli to the family of the victims".
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The site was formed around 4,000 years ago and last erupted in 1198 AD.