goodbye to a young woman in the nightclub that burned down in Madrid

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"Thirteen bodies have been located”, reported José Ballesta, the mayor of Murcia. The bodies, he said, "are already at the forensic medicine institute to begin the corresponding autopsies."

These have been the details after the large fire in the Atalayas neighborhoodwith several nightclubs.

According to the local authorities, they stated that the search operations had not yet ended and that the balance, twelve hours after the incident, could rise.

The authorities prepared a list of 15 missing people, but specified that it was not definitive and that it could contain the names of some of the victims already found.

Among the relatives, one shared the audio of his daughterwho along with several people lived through hell.

A man who identified himself as Jairo and who introduced himself as the father of one of the victims told the press that he had no news about his 28-year-old daughter.

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According to what he said, the young woman left him a voice message at 6:06 a.m. in which she could be heard crying. He hasn't been able to contact her since.

"Mommy, I love her, we're going to die." In this way the young woman said goodbye, while screams can be heard in the background asking to turn on the light.

“My daughter sent an audio to her mom, saying what was happening there, saying goodbye,” he said.

In the message, screams could be heard, without breathing, people shouting: “Shine the light!” “Enlighten us!”

A spokesperson for the national police explained to the AFP agency that the priority is to find the missing.

The official said that on Saturday there was a birthday party at the premises and that not all attendees have been located.

Photos released by emergency services show fire trucks throwing water at the blackened façade and thick smoke billowing from the roof of the nightclub.

"Firefighters continue working to establish the number of missing people," reported the emergency services, which established an information area for relatives.

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