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The heartbreaking story image of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez 25 years old, and his 2 years old daughter Valeria died Captures Pathos of Those Who Risk
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Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter found sinking between Mexico and America

The heartbreaking story image of the body of a Salvadoran ,his name is Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez 25 years old, and his 2 years old daughter Valeria died on Sunday after being pass away by the current by sinking into the Prabo River on the Mexico-US border,it has been a shock and anger amid the intensification of Mexico’s immigration policy.

The father Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and daughter lie face down in the muddy water along the banks of the Rio Grande

The father and daughter appeared in this picture, face-to-face on the edge of the river and a small head inside her father’s shirt, apparently trying to swim without losing his daughter.

The heartbreaking story image of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez 25 years old, and his 2 years old daughter Valeria died Captures Pathos of Those Who Risk

This image is similar of the picture of the Syrian child Ilan (3 years), whose body was washed away on the shores of Turkey in 2015 and turned into an icon of the migration tragedy.

They travel from El Salvador on April three and spent 2 months in a camp in southern Mexico, awaiting for the news of their asylum request to the US,then they decided to go by bus to the border on Sunday to try to harry up their travel. 

The heartbreaking story image of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez 25 years old, and his 2 years old daughter Valeria died Captures Pathos of Those Who Risk
The heartbreaking story image of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez 25 years old, and his 2 years old daughter Valeria died Captures Pathos of Those Who Risk

And when they arrived, they found the consulate closed but they also learned they were far down a list of hundreds of migrants in line for interviews.Then they decided to make the crossing illegally rather than wait – a decision that led to their deaths. 

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