- The stepfather of the boy who died allegedly frozen in Texas tells how he found the little boy already lifeless in his bed
- He explained that that night Christian slept with two two blankets and with his 3-year-old stepbrother so they could warm themselves
- Amid tears and pain, the child’s mother, María Elisa Pineda, said that it is not yet explained why her son is dead, since the day before he was in perfect condition
The stepfather of the boy who died allegedly frozen in Texas tells how he found the little boy already lifeless in his bed.
The terrible winter storms They have taken many families by surprise in the southern United States, especially in Texas, where there have been snowfalls and very low temperatures that they are not used to in the region.
Due to the inclement weather, last Tuesday, Cristian Pavon Pineda, 11 years old, was found dead in his bed. His family, who reside in a small house in the city of Conroe, Texas, and who had been left without power that night, argue that he may have died of hypothermia.
Stepfather of a child who died frozen tells how he found him in bed
Manuel Moreno, Cristian’s stepfather, was the one who found him on the morning of February 16 and in a interview with Telemundo he told exactly how it happened.
“I want to turn him over and I see that the nose had a little foam, but a little and put his mouth like that, on the pillow,” said Moreno, who also explained that that night Christian slept with two two blankets and with his stepbrother of 3 years so they could be warm.
Amid tears and pain, the child’s mother, María Elisa Pineda, said that it is still not explained why her son is dead, since the day before he was in perfect condition. “I don’t understand for a reason that he died, he didn’t complain at all, he didn’t tell me anything that night, nothing. No more like this, we have just died ”, he said.
Upon finding the little boy, the couple called 911, but they were left waiting for an operator who spoke Spanish, they also performed CPR on him, but he was already without vital signs.
Subsequently, investigators from the Conroe Police Department arrived on the scene and, as part of the investigation, examined the parents to determine that they had not used drugs. The police indicated that they had been cooperative during the process. Conroe News.
Conroe police spokesman Sgt. Jeff Smith said Christian’s family is still awaiting the results of the autopsy performed on the boy last Thursday. However, it would take weeks to determine the cause of death.
In the last video we have of Cristian, he is seen happily enjoying the snow in the backyard of his house. “It was his” first time (in snow). That’s why I was excited outside, ”the mother recalled.
Who also said that his son often told him that he would build him a house so that everyone could live.
Family of the little Hispanic who would have frozen to death says they do not need more donations
The family of the Hispanic boy who allegedly died of cold due to low temperatures after the severe winter storm in Texas indicated that they do not need more money to cover the expenses of repatriation of the body to Honduras.
The 11-year-old family of Cristian Pavon Pineda created a GoFundMe account with the intention of raising money to comply with the last wish of the child: return to their grandparents.
The Hispanic boy’s grandparents are in Honduras and the family had requested the collaboration of the community in order to cover the costs of repatriation of the body.
“His wish was to see his grandparents again and his mother wants to fulfill that for him. Please help with whatever you can, God bless you ”, it reads in Spanish on the page of GoFundMe.
So far, they have managed to raise $ 88,000 from the initial goal of $ 5,000.
The Hispanic boy’s aunt wrote on the GoFundMe page thanking the donations and said that it was not necessary to donate more money because they already had “more than enough” to be able to take his body back to Honduras.
“Cristian will be held at the woodlands first Baptist church in The Woodlands. We want to thank you for all the help. It is no longer necessary to donate. We already have more than enough to give him the last goodbye he deserves ”.
María Elisa Pineda, Cristian Pavon Pineda’s mother told The Courier that her son dreamed of becoming a pilot one day. The woman added that Pavón loved being an older brother, Heavy News reported.
The family of the boy who died, apparently frozen in his family’s mobile home, after losing power during the winter storm that hit the state, sued utility providers in the region for $ 100 million.
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