A relative of the family, who lived in a house hit by the collapse of Valparaís, realized the poor conditions on the property and said that because of this situation, they would plan to change the house this week.
It is about Alejandra who in an interview with Radio Bío Bío explained that the house is diverse in materials, including adobe, cement, iron and wood. He added that the base is solid but that the walls suffered a great deal of humidity when it was raining
In this connection, he claimed to be his relatives They wanted to move home this Friday, given that they were aware of the poor condition in which they lived.
The woman explained that her grandmother, who lives in the home, was constantly complaining about problems and repairing water leaks every year. "The bathroom wall was curved, a sign that it was not going well," the woman added.
As for his family, he said he already knows the two deceased, though their identities must be confirmed by authorities. "I know my grandmother and my aunt died, who came back to look for her"The others were able to get going because they felt the house was cracking," he explained.
In addition, he proved that the rescue work was slow at the site because of the amount of land, debris and furniture that impeded the work of the Firefighters, which, in his opinion, could take several days.