The family asks for help to be able to move the bodies to Culiacán, since they must collect 50 thousand pesos to be able to bring their remains and bury them
Culiacán, Sinaloa .- Heidi Mariana Aguilar Niebla, a 21-year-old girl, her little son Pedro Esaú López Aguilar, 4 years old, and Cristina, the minor’s grandmother, were fatalities of the bus accident that was registered in Sonoyta, Sonora.
The family was originally from the Mezquitillo-La Curva ejido, which is located between the limits of the Costa Rican and Eldorado syndicates in the municipality of Culiacán.
Now his family asks for help to be able to move the bodies to Culiacán since they must collect 50 thousand pesos to be able to bring their remains and bury them.
Roxana, a relative of Heidi, reported that the family lacks the economic resources to raise such an amount of money overnight, so they request support from citizens.
It is worth mentioning that they were going to Mexicali due to receiving therapies and had a doctor’s appointment because they had a diagnosis of autism, but unfortunately they did not reach their destination.
“She was going to take the child to a consultation in Mexicali, he had autism,” said Roxana.
Likewise, he provided the media with a telephone and account number for those who would like to make a donation and help them move the bodies.
For those who like to support the family, they can contact Roxana at the number 6671044601
Donations can be made to these accounts
Bancoppel account 4169 1603 9505 2708, in the name of Maribel Nieblas, Heidy’s mother.