REPORT: Heartbreaking footage reveals Venezuela crisis as mother forced to carry dead daughter through streets
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A severely malnourished 19-year-old girl died in her mother’s arms after doctors in Venezuela were forced to turn her away because a massive blackout shut down a hospital.
Heartbroken mother Elizabeth Díaz was forced to carry her daughter’s body, which weighed just 22 pounds, through the streets to a morgue.
The report says Díaz was turned away from two hospitals because they did not have electrical service. The article goes on to state the following:
According to Díaz, the young woman was repeatedly convulsing and her condition worsened before she felt her daughter’s body stiffen.
Díaz’s daughter died her arms moments later.
Severely malnourished girl, 19, dies in mother’s arms after doctors in Venezuela were forced to turn her away https://t.co/DdfVhygfdo
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) March 11, 2019
While you’re ignorantly calling for “dialogue” (which have all FAILED since the regime will never grant ANYTHING), this is happening in Venezuela:a mother carrying her dead daughter everywhere because of famine and the current BLACKOUT no hospitals/morgues https://t.co/KXNdMlF6L3
— Mārcø R. (@marcorodvas) March 11, 2019
— NTN24 Venezuela (@NTN24ve) March 11, 2019
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