Like every May 18, Cuba’s Mélan Díaz Almaguer remembered the victims of the 2018 plane crash in Havana, of which she was the sole survivor.
Mellon shared a message on her Facebook wall in which she sought justice for all those who lost their lives in the disaster, including her husband, to whom she had been married for barely two months.
“Five years ago I was such a healthy young woman, and I cannot deny that it pains me to think that there are so many injustices caused by others. God is just, but I believe that whoever has the responsibility He pays for his crime. There is so much pain behind this day of May 18, 2018.”
“I am part of those who still fight for justice in memory of all our relatives who lost their lives that day. This flower is dedicated to the 112 people who took their lives on May 18th, 2018. My prayers are with each of their relatives is with.” Added.
The young woman said she cannot clearly describe what she feels when she thinks about the day of the accident and the loss of many lives, including that of her husband.
He insisted, “How many innocents had just begun to live, each and every one of whose lives mattered first to God, and also to the many relatives who are still alive today, but with that irreparable pain.”
Malen stresses that she continues to thank God for her life, and that the best thing that has happened to her in these five years is getting to know and have a relationship with Jesus Christ.
He said, “He saved me that day with a great purpose, only he knows when he will accomplish it.”
Last October, the Holguin company asked Spain to investigate the plane crash that killed 113 people in 2018.
A lawsuit against the Mexican company Global Air and its CEO for “security deficiencies” was filed in the National Court by him and two relatives of one of the victims.
The plaintiffs ask the Spanish court to investigate Global Air and its general director, who has Spanish nationality, who are accused of murder (as many deaths) and negligent injuries.
A few months ago, the young woman lamented the growing abandonment suffered by the government and sought help to obtain the medicine and supplies she needed for her treatment.
“Unfortunately, everything is not as it seems. A lot of people see my life in one way and it’s not really like that. I have a job like everyone else,” the young woman posted via Facebook. Explained in direct message.
Mellon explained that she did not have gloves or lubricants for the intermittent catheter, which must be placed in the urethra several times a day, since a spinal cord injury resulting from the accident left her unable to urinate on her own. He also had trouble taking nitrofurantoin, a urinary antiseptic he takes to prevent infection.
In 2022, in his message to remember the victims of the accident, he assured that after four years, May 18 continues to hurt as if it was the first.
He wrote on his Facebook wall, “EPD all the deceased, my heart goes out to all their family and friends today, a huge HUG.”
In 2021, he posted a picture of his partner Jean Michel López Salinas, who died in the accident, with his text.
He said, “EPD my love and all the people who lost their lives in that tragic day, injustice in life. Thank God for my life.”