Pamela Sabrina Nisi, the mother, shared that her eldest son was the one who pulled all the brothers out of the debris.
An Argentian mother is going through an extremely tragic loss after her four young sons died in a horrific ceiling collapse incident. According to the Argentinian newspaper Clarin, the four deceased—twins Benicio and Noah Nisi, 4, Lorenzo del Rio, 6, and Santino Hardoy, 10—were in their bedroom late Sunday night when the ceiling above them fell. The ceiling at the El Jagüel property collapsed beneath five tons of construction debris left there earlier that day by Catalino Daniel López, 51, according to TN.com.
Pamela Sabrina Nisi, the mother, has been sharing her grief and loss on Facebook. A fifth brother, 15-year-old Valentine Bentez, per PEOPLE, attempted to rescue pulling his brothers from the debris. Pamela posted a message on Facebook thanking Valentine for his efforts, sharing that he was the one who pulled all the brothers out of the debris. Although three of the brothers were declared dead at the scene, Valentine's efforts helped give Noah a chance to fight. Sadly, Noah passed on the way to the Santamarina Hospital.
"He was my hero," she wrote in Spanish on Facebook, adding, "He was with me thru it all... I managed to get out and help lift the 5000 kilos of scombro.... he was the one who found Noah and helped firefighters pull pounds of bricks to save his brothers.. he is valentine.... my son .. my hero."
Pamela, who works as a staffer for a chain of butcher shops, had been living in Daniel López's (51-year-old) home on Talcahuano Street at 1100, El Jagüel, in Esteban Echeverra for two weeks now. She left her mother's house in Boedo to build a family with her children and her new boyfriend, who had essentially nurtured the twins from birth.
Pamela had a total of six kids with four partners, but the only person involved in the boys' upbringing was Santino's father, who remained close to the two oldest, Valentine and Erik.
In dialogue with TN, Matías Lamilla, the main officer of the Esteban Echeverría fire department gave details about the tragedy. Lamilla said, “We received the call from the central headquarters where four crews were displaced. They came across a 3x3 room where the slab had collapsed.”
The neighbors had been reportedly warning López about how unstable the building was. a "badly made," outdated building with no control. "On Sunday they put rubble on the slab and we believe that's why the structure gave way. They wanted to clear the patio and instead of taking it out onto the street, they put it on the roof. That weight - we think - made everything fall," Pablo Ezequiel speculated, per Clarin.
Cover Image Source: Instagram | Pamela Sabrina Nisi