They were so eager to proceed to work in the U.S., the anguished mother said as she definite their last minutes brimming with embraces and chuckling.
The two young fellows were as invigorated for their journey to the U.S. as they’d been the point at which they were kids anticipating a festival.
All things being equal, they met their demises.
Two youthful Hondurans were among the 53 travelers who passed on in the wake of having been inside a boiling heavy transport rig deserted in San Antonio.
Karen Caballero let Telemundo News know that her children, Fernando José Redondo Caballero and Alejandro Miguel Andino Caballero, had been enthusiastic about going north to look for gainful employment.
“They were so eager to do the outing. Consistently, they asked me, ‘Mother, when are we going to go?'” Caballero said, her eyes enlarged with tears. “Maybe they were going to a birthday, similar to when they were nearly nothing: ‘When is the birthday, Mami?'”
Their quest for better lives finished unfortunately Monday. The Honduran government affirmed the kin were among the departed.
They were found inside the semi truck rig on a hot evening when close by laborers heard requests for help.
Alejandro was the most enthusiastic about the possibility of working and satisfying a fantasy for their mom: They needed to get her a home.
“It was entertaining, in light of the fact that they said, ‘Mami, when we’re there we’ll get you a casita [home],’ and I said, ‘I won’t require a casita, on the grounds that you won’t be here,'” she told Noticias Telemundo in a meeting.
Be that as it may, she gave them her approval to search for better fields nowhere near her.
“I want to believe that you win,” she said she told them, copying a mother’s enlightening tone. “You center.”
“And afterward every one of the embraces, the kisses, contacting. … Alejandro is a major bear, large. … He’s truly grandote,” or large, she expressed, breaking into a grin as she admired review his level.
As per Reuters, the siblings left their town in the northwest piece of the country on June 4, alongside Andino’s significant other, Margie Tamara Paz, as per media interviews with the mother.
The Honduran government said distinguishing proof records having a place with them three were found among the bodies in the truck. They were 19 and 22, their mother said.
Andino had almost finished a degree in showcasing, while Paz, 24, held a financial matters degree, however they couldn’t look for a job in Honduras.
“My two children,” she said, as she separated.