Illness in the municipality of Riaza (Segovia) due to the death of a mother and her three minor children in a traffic accident this Monday In a minute of silence, they remembered this Moroccan family, well known and integrated into the life of the town. The city council provided psychological support to the victim’s husband and the children’s father and will assist in the repatriation of the remains.
Regarding the causes of the accident, the specialized traffic units of the Civil Guard continue to investigate these events, although everything points to the occasional distraction of the woman, which caused her to invade the other lane and collide with a truck in a section of the N-110. the relatives of the victims They say “DAMAGED.” Furthermore, the residents of Riaza have been asking for help for some time to repair the road, and it has not yet arrived. The driver of the truck, who was not injured, still did not give a statement because he remained in a state of shock.
A mother and her three children died in a traffic accident
For a few moments, the words expressing the pain were silenced: “We are all sad; our souls are hurt,” said a neighbor. “It’s a shame for everyone,” added another. They are still trying to assimilate the deaths of Mouna and her three children. The oldest, five years old, and two one-year-old twins “These are very difficult times; the husband is left alone,” said the mayor of Riaza, Benjamin Cerezo. Residents say the man is “very low”: “He needs all our support.”
Her husband, of Moroccan origin, arrived in the Segovian town six years ago. There are children born, and they rebuild their lives until a traffic accident breaks them. “They were always super close and very good,” said one woman.
In Riaza, they were surprised at how they did not interfere with a one-lane road in the direction between Segovia and Soria with a terrible history: “We demand that a highway be built in our lifetime,said Cerezo. “This road is dangerous; you can pay dearly for a small mistake,” said a man. Last year, five people lost their lives on that asphalt.