A young Cuban, a native of the Florida municipality of Camagüey, died in Mexico in an alleged traffic accident while driving a motorcycle.
The user of Facebook, José Puello left a heartfelt message of condolence on social networks, and hundreds of Camagüeyans reacted with signs of sadness to the death of the young man who was so popular in his homeland.
“Wherever you are, rest in peace. I miss you a world, your wickedness, your craziness but also your millions of good things for me especially when I needed you. I always have two children that man José Carlos and you. “It hurts so much that you left me. I don’t have words to express my feelings right now, but what I can tell you is that I love you like a son,” said Puello.
The victim, Rolando Torres, is a well-known and beloved man in his town. He had been living in Mexico for some time and would soon be on his way to the United States.
“I told you, my son, don’t get out of that motorcycle. I never slept waiting for your call. Today you are here, with me. You left me in a void. Who will say good morning to me today and say to me ‘my Myauty, arise, you who sleep?’ “My soul friend, you swore to me that you would never ride that motorcycle again. You have hours left, but before you left you said goodbye to Me. Roly, why did you do this to me, my God? ‘said Dayana Pérez, a friend of the youth and, a resident of Miami.
CyberCuba Several people close to the victim have been contacted but as of writing this note, the details of the accident have not been confirmed, nor in which city in Mexico the accident occurred.
This Sunday it was reported death of another Cuban in Mexico. Maximino Lamoth Quiala (57 years old), is part of the Cuban medical brigade in the Aztec country.
Dr. Lamoth is a specialist in Internal Medicine, from Holguin. He left a guard at the hospital, arrived at his residence, spoke to his family on Whatsapp and soon died of a heart attack.