A young 20-year-old girl named Toni Kelly kept bills on social networks, constantly informing her with photos and her selfies from various places and trips. She originally came from New Zealand, but she recently lived in London. Among her most recent posts were photos at Big Ben and the well-known Trafalgar Square. About two weeks ago, young Toni attempted to pull out a selfie while she was in her apartment, but because of an instant error she fell from the window on the second floor …

The unfortunate girl was hurried to the hospital where she ended up, due to a serious head trauma. The troubled family of Toni conducted an online fundraiser inviting those who could contribute to cover the costs of returning and burial in New Zealand. The campaign earned $ 38,000 in the family. Note that Toni’s organs will give hope to people in the UK who need them.

As good as a social network user feels about the good progress of his post, with regard to the likes and comments he has collected, he should always keep in mind that it is a fictitious web site and nothing more. The nice photos and selfies will adorn our albums, but let’s never risk our lives to capture ourselves. The tragic story of young Toni Kelly to become a lesson for all active and active users of social media.