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This 7-Yr-Old Went on Vacation With His Parents & Never Made It Home Alive—23 Yrs Later, His Death Has Saved Millions

September 29, 1994, was the final day of 7-year-old Nicholas Green’s life. But thanks to his parents’ brave decision to donate life, parts of him and his memory are still living today.

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While on vacation in southern Italy, the Green family was approached by a dark car driven by two men. They pulled up alongside the family’s car when Reg and Maggie Green—Nicholas’ parents—heard loud, angry cries for them to stop the car.

“I thought if we did stop we would be completely at their mercy,” Reg says of the night his son was murdered. “So instead I accelerated. They did too, so the two cars raced alongside each other through the night. A bullet shattered the back window. Maggie turned around and both the children appeared to be fast asleep.”

Though his little sister Eleanor was in fact asleep, Nicholas had been shot in the back of the head. Seconds later, the driver’s window shattered, and the dark car sped off.

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“I stopped the car and got out. The interior light came on but Nicholas didn’t move. I looked closer and saw his tongue was sticking out slightly and there was a trace of vomit on his chin,” says Reg. “For the first time we realized something terrible had happened. The shock of seeing him like that was the bleakest moment I’ve ever had.”

Their family vacation seemed anything but. Nicholas was rushed to the hospital where he entered a coma and died shortly after.

The Greens had come to Italy a family of four, and would tragically be leaving a family of three.

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Nicholas Green died a hero—not because of what he did at the young age of seven, but because of what Reg and Maggie Green did before their son took his final breath. The couple had made the decision to donate Nicholas’ organs, which would change the lives of seven Italian families.

“At that point, these people were just abstractions. You had no idea what kind of people they were. It was like giving money to charity but you’ve no idea how it helps,” Reg explains. “Four months afterwards, we were invited to go back and meet them all in Sicily, where four of the recipients are from.”

  • Andrea Mongiardo: Heart
  • Francesco Mondello: Cornea
  • Tino Motta: Kidney
  • Anna Maria Di Ceglie: Kidney
  • Maria Pia Pedala: Liver
  • Domenica Galleta: Cornea
  • Silvia Ciampi: Pancreas

Andrea Moaglardo, the recipient of Nicholas’ heart, died just this year in 2017. Though he stopped living 23 years ago, his parents’ brave decision gave Andrea another 23 years of life.

The death of Nicholas Green was no small matter for the Italian police, who launched a no-holds-barred investigation in which officials were determined to hunt down the killers. It resulted in the arrest and conviction of two men, Francesco Mesiano and Michele Iannello. To this day, it’s unclear whether the men were robbers, or hitmen who gunned down the wrong car.

Bri Lamm
Bri Lamm
Bri is an outgoing introvert with a heart that beats for adventure. She lives to serve the Lord, experience the world, and eat macaroni and cheese in between capturing life’s greatest moments on one of her favorite cameras.

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