The Ukrainian Airlines plane crashed in Iran, killing 176 people, including 63 Canadians. The flight was originally expected to carry 180 people, but some passengers missed the flight. On the same day, a Canadian man failed to board the plane because his ticket was invalid. His wife boarded the plane on time. He wanted to buy a flight to join his wife, but heard the crash in the terminal. A loving couple is forever apart.
丈夫莫森·艾哈迈迪普(Mohsen Ahmadipour)和他的妻子罗娅·阿扎迪安(Roja Azadian)已经结婚近6年了，每年他们都会去一次伊朗探亲。
Husband Mohsen ahmadipur and his wife Roja azadian, who have been married for nearly six years, visit their families in Iran once a year.
In the early morning of January 8 local time, it was the end of their visit that they were preparing to take the Ukrainian plane back to Ottawa, Canada. But when they arrived at the airport in Tehran, their husband, ahmadip, was told that his ticket had expired and was temporarily unable to board. In this way, the couple had to take a separate flight temporarily. He asked his wife to board first, and told her that he would take another flight, and then join her in Canada.
Tomorrow will always come, but if the accident comes first, tomorrow is no longer your tomorrow. They didn't take this brief parting to heart, but they didn't know that it was a farewell.
The wife boarded the plane and left, while the husband stayed at the airport and waited. But a few minutes after the plane took off, her husband, ahmedip, who remained in the terminal, desperately learned that none of the 176 people on board had survived the crash of the flight to Kiev. Mingming just in front of his wife, this forever left him.
He is lucky, but at the same time he is also unlucky. Because although he escaped a disaster, this disaster ended his six-year happy marriage and pulled his life into the abyss of despair.
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