Darielvis Sarabia wants to be reunited with her daughter

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Darielvis Sarabia wants to be reunited with her daughter

Three days after young mother Darielvis Sarabia suffered the loss of her infant son when the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard officers opened fire on a migrant ­vessel, she is making an ­appeal to be reunited with her little girl.

Sarabia was injured in the shooting incident that has sparked outrage among human rights organisations and members of the Venezuelan community in Trinidad and Tobago.

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She is in stable condition at the Sangre Grande Hospital.

Her son died in her arms when he was shot in the head.

Sarabia’s two-year-old daughter, Danna Isabella Santoyo Sarabia, was seated next to her when the shooting happened.

She was not injured.

The mother and two young children were coming to Trinidad to be reunited with their father, who came here eight months ago.

The family had fled the economic crisis in Venezuela, in search of a better life.

Sarabia’s relatives have called on the Government of T&T to intervene and return the child to her mother.

The Express was told the family was separated after the vessel docked at the Coast Guard base in Pt ­Galeota at daybreak on Sunday.

The body of the infant boy, Yaelvis Santoyo Sarabia, was removed by undertakers, while his mother was taken away in an ambulance.

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Sarabia told her relatives the last time she saw her daughter, she was being taken away by another migrant woman, who promised to take care of her.

“We don’t know where she is, until now. In the moment of desperation the mother saw another migrant woman took the girl, assuring the mother to take care of her. We presume that the girl was taken with this migrant and they got arrested somewhere for immigration and we don’t know the location,” the relative said.

‘What have you done with my baby?’  Trinidad & Tobago Express Newspapers


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