Fundraisers for a fire-ravaged family are nearing £10,000 as they come to terms with losing everything.
The Daily Record reported how dad Colin Walker and his family were forced to jump for their lives from their top floor flat in Loanhead in the early hours of Sunday.
But their miraculous escape has taken a physical and emotional toll on the family - including one-year-old baby Flynn who broke both his legs in the fall.
His uncle Robert Walker, 34, said: "Flynn is going to be in hospital for a minimum of four weeks with his broken legs."
Colin leapt from the window of the top floor flat as the blaze took hold in McNeill Terrace, Loanhead, at around 3.30am.
The 32-year-old was hit in the face by a powerful backdraft when a door flew open inside the property which was like a ‘firework exploding’ in his face.
Robert added: "My brother's vision is impaired because of the glass shards that hit him when the door exploded.
"Also he can barely move as his body is in so much pain."
Mum Michelle Coleman, 37, broke her arm in the fall while daughter Erin, nine, broke her leg.
Robert said: "Michelle is having to get her arm smashed so that it can be set properly, Erin’s broken leg is on the mend.
"All family are just staying between my mum and sister just now.
"Kaiden can’t sleep at night because he’s scared in case it happens again."
The Daily Record yesterday told how hero Colin saved his young family from the raging inferno by breaking their falls as they leapt from the fourth-floor.
The family’s beloved pooch, Rory, was feared dead after he couldn’t be found by fire crews who bravely battled the flames.
But the pet was remarkably found alive after hiding underneath damp washing in the fire-ravaged flat.
Some solace has come from the support of a caring community which has rallied round the family - raising nearly £10,000 through multiple online fundraisers.
Robert added: "All the kids are still extremely shaken up but everyone is trying to keep spirits up for them.
"Donations seem to be still coming in and the entire family can’t be grateful enough to everyone that has donated - especially at this time in the world."
A probe is now underway to determine the cause of the horrendous blaze which saw 22 residents evacuated.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Enquiries are continuing following a fire at a tenement building on McNeill Terrace, Loanhead, reported around 3.35am on Sunday, 25 October, 2020.
"A 13-year-old girl and a 37-year-old woman were taken to Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh for treatment but have since been discharged.
"Twenty-two residents were evacuated from the building, however, due to significant structural damage to the building, they are not able to return."
A fundraiser has been launched to help the traumatised Walker family while they recover from their injuries which included smoke inhalation.
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