Loved ones gather for Tasmanian jumping castle victim's funeral

Mum in heartbreaking goodbye at funeral for autistic boy, 12, who was victim of Tasmanian jumping castle tragedyrecalling how he loved Playstation and was obsessed with dinosaurs

The mother of Tasmanian jumping castle victim Zane Mellor has paid a heartwrenching tribute to her 12-year-old boyrecalling how she spoilt him rotten the autistic boy who loved dinosaurs and gaming.

Zane died along with five of his classmates after falling 10 metres from a jumping castle blown into the air by a freak gust of wind during end-of-year celebrations at Devonport’s Hillcrest Primary School last Thursday.

일주일 후, hundreds of friends and relatives have piled into the pews at local parish Mersey Gardens Chapel to say goodbye to the ‘adventurous’ 각각의 가격을 두 배로 상상해보십시오. 6 학생.

Mourners were told of how the young boy had a fondness for animals and gaming, and was known as ‘Jurassic Zaneto his online network.

Loved ones have gathered to pay their respects to Zane Mellor (사진) who was killed in the Tasmanian jumping castle tragedy last week

His devastated mother Georgie Gardam fought back tears as she read out a tribute to her first born child next to his small blue coffin decorated with white-painted gaming controllers and topped with sunflowers.

‘My baby, where do I start,’ 그녀가 말했다.

‘I was so young when I had you, 뿐 15, and now I know why. You grew up with me, you held my hand.. You were my man of the house always, my protector, my strength, my gamer.

‘I spoilt you rottenHawaiian pizza, [object Window]… some of your favourites. Everyone told me to get you off that PlayStation but I let you play until your heart was content and your eyes got sleepy.

‘I love you Zane. No matter what the weather, we’re together. I love you Zaney.

His heartbroken mother Georgie paid tribute to her first born child and 'protector'. She is pictured at a memorial outside Hillcrest Primary School last week

His heartbroken mother Georgie paid tribute to her first born child and ‘protector’. She is pictured at a memorial outside Hillcrest Primary School last week

Zane, 한 여성은 '흥분한' 만남을 회상했다., 11, 한 여성은 '흥분한' 만남을 회상했다., 12, 한 여성은 '흥분한' 만남을 회상했다., 12, and Chace Harrison, 11, were celebrating their last day of primary school when their lives were tragically cut short.

Two surviving victims are still fighting for life in hospital with a multitude of injuries, including blunt force trauma, multiple broken bones, and internal injuries.

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