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Mother of a young man sent to die in the fire in Matanzas: “How do I manage to live, how do I manage to be strong?

Vivianne Pérez De Prado, mother of Leo Alejandro Doval Pérez de Prado, one of the young Cubans reported missing in the fire at the Matanzas Supertankers base, published a heartbreaking text to say goodbye to her son in which she evoked the dreams of her “little boy with the soul of an old man” and listed tender family moments without which he says he does not know how he will be able to live from now on.

“How do I manage to live, how do I manage to be strong as everyone tells me because I have my parents and my other special child (your beautiful brother, your tata)?” asks the grieving mother in a moving farewell full of questions and much pain.

“How do I manage to continue without seeing all your plans come true, if you had already thought about how you would go to Medical Sciences the first day to become a Doctor of Medicine as you all told us and a great Neurosurgeon. You already had everything ready, your uniform, your shoes, your backpack and I said to you ‘Pipo and the notebooks?’ the fourth,’” Vivianne recalled.

“A week ago today you were ripped out of my life. My little boy with the soul of an old man, as I always told you, full of dreams, plans and goals to achieve that he put so much effort into and always achieved. It’s been a week today that I’ve been calling you and writing to you on WhatsApp and you don’t answer me and I ask myself and I ask myself: how do I live if every time I wake up or at any time of the day the ‘Pss’ and ‘Mom’ aren’t on my WhatsApp ‘ how did you tell me to say hello, ask me how I was and how I was feeling and/or ask me something, like, ‘mom I need a favor’?” added the grieving mother.

“What do I do to get your smile back? What do I do to get your beautiful green eyes back? What do I do to get your athletic body back? ”, Questioned Vivianne, who lost her son of just 19 years old while he was doing the Compulsory Military Service in the Fire Command of the Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport, in Varadero,

“Why did I have to listen to you? Why did I have to trust your word, (as always) when I found out about the super tankers and I called you like crazy and you told me in that audio ‘mommy, don’t worry, they’re not going to take us out, the airport can’t stay alone,’” he explains.

“You didn’t tell me that you would go to the place because you know that I wouldn’t allow it, you know that at any time I would come out looking for you and by the hairs I would get you out of that truck. You are not a firefighter nor would you be, you were just passing the Military Service, you are a doctor and this is how you would save lives, you are my eternal neurosurgeon. My little boy. I love you ”, Vivianne concluded her emotional letter, which she accompanied by her favorite photo of her son.

The Cuban regime has not released official information about the missing firefighters, whose identities have only emerged through overwhelming posts on social networks that reveal the deep pain of relatives and friends of the victims of the tragedy.

There is a widespread clamor on social networks for an investigation to be carried out to judge those responsible for having led inexperienced young people with little preparation as firefighters to an incident of such magnitude.

Legal Medicine specialists found on Friday, August 12, shortly after the fire at the Matanzas Supertanker Base was officially declared extinguished, the bone remains of four of the 14 disappeared after the explosion of the first tank.

José Ángel Portal Miranda, Minister of Public Health (MINSAP) of Cuba, reported that new bone fragments of the disappeared were found this Saturday morning, although he did not specify whether the bones belong to one or more of the victims.

The representative of the dictatorship described as “arduous and extremely detailed” the work carried out since Friday by the multidisciplinary team that carries out the inspection of the area where the victims are supposed to have been when the explosion occurred.

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José Martí
José Martí
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