A grandmother has shared a harrowing account of her grief after her son died in a horrific car crash.
In a harrowing message on Facebook, Gloria Cazares, who was in her mid-60s, said she had lost her son in a tragic car crash in November 2016.
“I had a son, a beautiful little man, who died on the road and I lost him in a horrible car crash,” she wrote.
“I was not able to talk to him for the first three days.
He was not breathing.
He died and I did not know it.
I could not stop crying.”
Cazares wrote that she did not tell her children, who lived in the US, that she was pregnant.
“My children are still here, my heart is still broken,” she said.
“The worst thing was I had not told them that I had a miscarriage.
They had to wait a while before I could even talk about it, so it took me a while to get to know them.”
Gloria Cazases husband, Daniel, who had a wife and four children, had gone on holiday to Spain with his family.
“We have no money, no money at all, no nothing,” he said.
“We were living on €500 a month in Spain.”
But Cazare said he was desperate for help and that she wanted to help others who might be in similar circumstances.
“My husband is still in the hospital.
He is not able even to talk about his daughter,” she told the ABC.”
He did not want to go home because he did not have money, he did this and that and it was terrible.
He wanted to leave and be with his daughter.
I wanted to bring him back home, so he could be with her.”‘
It feels like we are being watched’Cazarians family was in a different country than her and they could not go home, Cazaria said.
She told the court that her husband’s friends and family were watching her, and that when she left the country she was followed by a police car and asked to stop.
“It felt like we were being watched,” she recounted.
“They kept coming over to see me, asking if I was OK and saying they were going to do something.
I did hear some strange voices coming from the house, which scared me.”
Crazaria said that she also felt unsafe, as she did everything she could to stay away from her husband.
“Some people have called me a crazy person,” she testified.
They could have killed him’Crosby said that he feared his life was in danger if he left the US and that he was concerned that his wife’s friends were trying to track him down.”
If it’s not me, I can’t do anything about it.”‘
They could have killed him’Crosby said that he feared his life was in danger if he left the US and that he was concerned that his wife’s friends were trying to track him down.
Cazare’s mother, María, said that it was the worst thing that could have happened to her daughter.
“That would have been my worst nightmare,” María said.
María Cazarian said she did tell her son’s friends that he had been in Spain, but they did not listen to her.
“There were a lot of them who told him that I was mad because I did that, that I did something to him, and I didn’t listen,” Marías mother said.”‘
If you tell the truth, he is not a threat to anyone.'”
The judge agreed with María and adjourned the case to September 30.
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