Just when people were hoping that 2022 would be different from the past two tragic years, a series of horrible accidents and deaths shook the country. Now, we have to painfully report the death of a Hungarian artist, musician and actor.
After we have reported about the tragic events of New Year’s Eve, the several train collisions during which three people died, another sorrowful accident happened.
However, the array of tragic events did not end there. Residents reported to the authorities that a fire had broken out in a house in Solymár, Várkapuwrote. Later, the Directorate for Disaster Management confirmed that they had found a dead body inside the house and that the cause of death is possibly smoke inhalation.
The tragic accident was discovered when the owner of the 80 square metre house did not respond to calls, and thus one of his family members decided to pass by his house, Telex writes.
The family member had to break into the house where he found the body of Bernát Babicsek (Bernie) and signs of fire. Experts of the Hungarian Disaster Management are currently investigating the cause of the fire.
Bernát Babicsek was a beloved Hungarian actor known for several major TV roles, most notably including television series such as Barátok közt (Among Friends), Jóban Rosszban (In good and bad), and Szeress most! (Love me now!).
Moreover, he was also a musician and played the accordion in Paddy and the Rats, a Celtic punk band from Miskolc. The band has been gaining momentum outside of Hungary and had toured in several locations so far.
Both the fans and his bandmates as well as his actor colleagues are baffled by the tragedy of the only 41-year-old artist’s death.
A couple of days ago, they were celebrating their success after a theatre play with Lia Pokorny, another famous Hungarian artist.
The band said goodbye to their brother and friend on their Facebook page and asked the fans to pray for Bernát’s family to get through this tragic period.
Hungarian worker died in Germany
Sadly, we have to report another devastating news. Although the event occurred on the 23rd of December, just a few weeks back, we have just been informed through an article on 444, that
a 28-year-old Hungarian lost his life in a fire in Thuringia, Germany.
In Südthüringen, the local news site reported that 12 people have been rendered homeless due to a building fire. Local authorities suspect that the cause of the fire must have been arson.