A couple from the State of Guerrero is making an agonizing call to the Guayman citizenship because on Thursday morning, unfortunately, their baby girl died.
The baby girl was barely eight months old, but now - apart from the pain that generates the irreparable loss - they have no money to give her a proper burial.
The baby was suffering from acute dehydration, as her parents did not have the means of transport to take her to the hospital in a timely manner when she began to have much vomiting and diarrhea, her parents finally got support to transport her, but it was too late.
Gabriel Damazu Calaquino, 30 years old, arrived in the Guaymas Valley five days ago, along with his wife Laura Tejeda, 24, and their two children, a four-year-old boy and the baby Esmeralda. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.
He explained that he was looking for agricultural work in Campo Cárdenas, located in the Ejido Triunfo of Santa Rosa and that he was working with small farmers.
Two days ago the baby Esmeralda began with vomiting and diarrhea, but they could not get the means to bring her to the doctor until the next day morning when the field steward got them a ride, but when they arrived at the General Hospital it was already too late, the little girl had died from chronic dehydration.
Gabriel and his wife say that they only brought 200 pesos and that the cheapest funeral expense for their little one costs around 6 thousand pesos, so they go to the kind citizenship that can support them to give Esmeralda a Christian burial.
Those interested in this noble cause can contact Gabriel on the cell phone (616) 122 5345, also make your contribution to the BBVA Bancomer card 4152 3134 1993 4323 or go to the San Martín funeral home.
This story reminds us of a mom who shared heartache after her little boy mysteriously died in his sleep just days after his 3rd birthday.
They found him unresponsive the following morning, and tried to revive him but to no avail. Emergency personnel who responded confirmed that Thomas had died in his sleep.