Little boy crushed by humanitarian aid package now an adult and living in Australia | 7NEWS

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EXCLUSIVE: When a humanitarian aid package dropped from a UN plane, it was meant to help the people of East Timor, but tragedy struck when it landed on a 3-year-old boy. Nelson Soares survived and, now more than 20 years on, he is living in Australia building a new life for himself and his family.

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