Injured man says incident does not diminish his enthusiasm for feasts
Bjorn Callus, one of seven persons injured in yesterday's incident during a band march in Gudja has recounted his experience of the incident as he lay on a hospital bed surrounded by family and friends.
Speaking to Christian Peregin as he displayed a deep scar across one of his cheeks, Mr Callus said the incident would not diminish his love for feasts, although he agreed that the use of machines such as the one which exploded yesterday, should be regulated.
The machine is used to fire confetti. Its air tank exploded at about noon yesterday, throwing the band march into chaos.
The Times will tomorrow carry a detailed story about the incident.