“Evi left us to close the circle” – The officer’s uncle shocks

“They lost their son in a car accident in 2005 and now our Evi “left” to close the circle and complete her parents”, says the uncle of the deceased nurse officer in the Hellenic Air Force, who died in Libya.

In fact, shocked, he still can’t believe what happened to his niece, who had gone to Libya to help after the bad weather hit that area as well. “I didn’t know he was going to Libya to help. Her parents live in Athens and we hadn’t spoken,” says the uncle of the 40-year-old officer.

In fact, he reports to newsit.gr the family tragedy that yesterday, Sunday (17.09.2023) became even greater and the reason why the unfortunate woman had chosen to enlist in the Air Force.

“Her other uncle, Vassilis, was killed in ’80, over Lamia, when the aircraft was damaged. My cousin also lost his son in a car accident in 2005 and now Evi has left us to close the circle and complete her parents.”

According to the uncle of the dead girl, the authorities “notified the parents to go and identify the body but I don’t know anything, some say it is charred. We will also leave for Athens today or tomorrow to be close to the parents.”

“My daughter and son volunteered to help”

At the same time, newsit.gr also contacted the father of the two interpreters, 33 and 34 years old respectively, who also participated in the Greek humanitarian aid mission and lost their lives in the horrific car accident in Libya.

“The body was brought to me a while ago. My daughter and my son volunteered to help,” their father, who is the president of the Greek community in Benghazi, told newsit.gr.

The mission of the 5 Greeks was never completed, but they will forever remain heroes in our hearts. 10 of the 13 seriously injured have been transferred to the 401 General Military Hospital of Athens. The other three are at the 251 General Aviation Hospital and the Athens Naval Hospital.

Source: διαφορετικό by www.diaforetiko.gr.

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