“Nothing will change, my love. Because I can no longer take your advice and your encouraging laugh that gave me the peace to go on with the life that hurt us both so much. But that’s my peace, yours”: this is how the text of Daniela, the eldest daughter of Luz Piedad Eusse, reporter of the Autos y Motos program of Blu Radio, who died on Sunday, November 19 at the Autodromo de Tocancipá, begins , after which a screen fell on top of him.
The young woman, the result of Lupi’s first marriage, as the reporter is known, shared a series of images with her mother, to which she dedicated some loving farewell words.
“You will always be the brightest, fastest and most beautiful star in the universe, mom,” he wrote.
“Thank you for being there, thank you for accepting me, thank you for loving me, thank you, mommy,” he added.
And he assured that Luz Piedad Eusse “will always be the best and most beautiful model,” commenting that the last photo “is an experimental photo where she poses for a job at my university.”
How did Luz Piedad Eusse die?
The Blu Radio journalist was at the Tocancipá Autodrome, a place he described as “my happy place,” attending a competition that was taking place.
Ricardo Soler, his friend and director of the Autos y Motos program, told Blu Radio that a few minutes before going to the place where the tragedy happened, the journalist “talked to Dr. Édgar Hernández, the official doctor of TC 2000, and Lupi He told him to ‘relax, enjoy life, finally we are here today, tomorrow we don’t know’, and minutes later that happened.”
Luz Piedad Essue arrived at the terrace where the screen was located, about 5 meters long and 2.8 meters high, ending his life, and there he published his last stories.
“I talked to my wife and my mother-in-law, they were on the terrace, where everything happened,” where her husband Joaquín and her daughter María José, who were injured, were also there, Soler said.
“After two or three minutes we heard a roar. I was on the second floor, just below the television broadcast terrace. At first I thought the lightning was very close, because the noise was so loud,” he commented.
But it wasn’t lightning, “a big wind blew up a lot of tents and unfortunately the screen that was on the terrace fell down and sadly ended Lupi’s life,” he added in his story.
“It seems that the devil wanted to spend a moment there and do us this great harm,” Soler declared with a broken voice, adding that “there my Lupi went to heaven.”
Luz Piedad Essue, in addition to Daniela, is the mother of two other women: Martina and María José. The latter was with the Blu Radio journalist when the tragedy occurred and he was injured.