A A Canadian who was killed last week in an " abnormal "accident in a McDonald 's drive-thru when he was run over by his own car was described as a "adoring " father of two, according to police.
Tony Eyles, 42 years old, had finished paying last Wednesday morning when he opened his door to retrieve his fallen bank card. His car started moving, showed surveillance video, and he was trapped between the door and the frame as he collided with the building, according to a statement from the Vancouver Police Department.
"He was just the most endearing dad and the most loving husband ... he was just the perfect guy "his brother-in-law Neal Pender told CTV News . He said Eyles was " the kind of guy who would give you the shirt off his back "
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Eyles reportedly celebrated ninth birthday with wife in The couple have an 8 and a 6-year-old ld, according to Radio News 1130 in Vancouver.
"Efforts were made by first responders to revive the man, but tragically , he died on the spot, "said Constable Tania Visintin of the Vancouver Police Department. " This is an relatively heartbreaking scenario. Our deepest condolences go out to the family and friends of this man. "
Pender said everything Eyles does is for his children.
"They made some comments about how much their father Missing already. His son told me yesterday, 'I ' ve only known my father for eight years, it 's not long enough. "It is impossible to tell him anything about it , other than reminding him of how awesome his dad was. My sister is struggling, of course "said Pender, according to News 1130 .