Boy who survived Italy cable car disaster in bitter custody dispute

Boy who survived Italy cable car disaster in bitter custody dispute
Boy who survived Italy cable car disaster in bitter custody dispute
Boy, six, who was the sole survivor of Italy cable car disaster will remain in Israel during bitter custody dispute after his grandfather flew him to the country sparking a kidnap probe Eitan Biran, six, survived cable car a tragedy in the Italian Alps on May 23 His mother, father, younger brother and great-grandparents all lost their lives He was living with his paternal aunt Aya Biran-Nirko in Pavia in northern Italy But his grandfather allegedly kidnapped him and took him back to Israel But Tel Aviv court has decided Eitan will remain in Israel during custody proceedings 

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The six-year-old survivor of a cable car crash that killed 14 people including his parents and brother is set to remain in Israel during a bitter custody battle over him.

Eitan Biran miraculously survived the accident in the northern Italian region of Piedmont on May 23.

After he was discharged from hospital in the city of Turin, the Italian authorities ruled that he was to live with his paternal aunt, Israeli-born doctor Aya Biran-Nirko, close to the city of Pavia. 

In their decision, the authorities cited the fact that he had been living with his immediate family in Italy prior to the accident taking place. 

A Tel Aviv court has decided that Eitan Biran, six, the sole survivor cable car crash that killed 14 people including his parents and brother is set to remain in Israel during a bitter custody battle over him

A Tel Aviv court has decided that Eitan Biran, six, the sole survivor cable car crash that killed 14 people including his parents and brother is set to remain in Israel during a bitter custody battle over him

Fourteen people, including Eitan Biran's Israeli parents, younger brother and great-grandparents, were killed in the accident in Italy's northwestern Piedmont region in May. After the accident, Eitan had been airlifted to hospital in critical condition

Fourteen people, including Eitan Biran's Israeli parents, younger brother

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