With a terrible last message, the crew of the Litos Yacht tried to communicate their situation before its members were lost due to the passage of Hurricane Otis in Guerrero.
According to the authorities, several ships have been found for several days with tasks of search, rescue, and reconstruction of the entity.
However, there is no accurate information regarding the four members of the Litos Yacht crew that will provide accurate details to determine their location.
“The truth is very strong,” expressed the members of Yate Litos before they disappeared due to Hurricane Otis, and those words became a terrible last message.
Esteban Parra Morales, one of those affected by Hurricane Otis and a member of the crew of Yacht Litos, was declared missing after the natural disaster in Acapulco.
However, it was announced that he was able to record the moments where the tragedy began, as well as a final and terrifying message, before losing all forms of communication.
“It’s worse; there’s a lot of boats that don’t have anchors,” said the victim of Hurricane Otis while describing how it hindered his movement.
According to their words, the crew considered that, despite their fear, they had the situation under control because they were able to anchor. “We are nervous, but safe,” they said.
However, after documenting this terrible last message, they disappeared without leaving a trace of their possible whereabouts, joining the list of victims of Hurricane Otis.
“It’s getting worse; there are boats that can’t anchor, thanks to the anchor and chain we have, but we are careful because we don’t trust them. We have engines running. When you see that boat has been fighting for a while, the truth is very strong. “We’re nervous, but we’re confident.”
Through social networks, the relatives of the crew of the Yacht Litos reported that they are looking for all its members after they disappeared due to Hurricane Otis.
These are the four adults, three men and one woman, who were traveling in maritime transport when the waves hit the boats and many bodies were in the sea:
- Esteban Parra Morales, 39 years old
- Abigail Andrade Rodríguez, 28 years old
- Alejandro Sandoval Ugarte, 31 years old
- Ulises Díaz Salgado
According to the stories from the relatives of the Litos Yacht crew, all they know about the missing members are the words of the last message shared by one of them.
But they will continue a relentless search until they are all located in these efforts to take care of the community of Guerrero after the passage of Hurricane Otis.