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ITALY – An 11-year-old boy and both of his parents died after falling into a hole in a volcanic crater at Solfatara.

The family were on their last day of vacation when the oldest boy, Lorenzo, reportedly walk past a barrier into a prohibited area.

The area he walked into is known for having ground like quicksand that can collapse. When he became stuck, his parents, 42-year-old Tiziana Zaramella and 49-year-old Massimiliano Carrer, rushed to his aid.

Tragically, the ground gave way and all three fell into a hole that was anywhere from 5 to 10 foot deep and contained poisonous fumes along with boiling mud.

The family’s youngest, a 7-year-old boy, watched the entire nightmare unfold but was not harmed physically. He was found crying at the scene asking for help and taken to a bar close by where patrons tried calming him down.

Emergency crews arrived within minutes and firefighters were able to pull the family out of the pit, but it was too late. Video shows all three of their bodies underneath green tarps beside the hole they fell into.

Pozzuoli mayor Vincenzo Figliolia said this was the worst tragedy at the site in 40 years, while a local worker said the accident was the worst thing he had seen in his entire life.

The surviving 7-year-old was later looked after by social workers and a psychologist and will be later reunited with his grandparents.

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