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La conversación fue compartida en Instagram por Will Bernal, quien se identifica como amigo de Eddy Rivero, una de las tres víctimas del mortal accidente. El tercer joven fallecido ha sido identificado como Emilio Macías.

“Por favor ten cuidado hermano”, dice Bernal a Rivero. En los mensajes siguientes, el amigo le pide que encienda la aplicación de su iPhone que permite localizar el teléfono en caso de una eventualidad.

“Solo trata de calmar a José, dile que recuerde lo que le dije”, implora el amigo, sin desvelar detalles de la razón por la cual el pelotero estaba tan alterado. “Confía en mí, aún no es mi hora [de morir]”, responde Rivero.

Bernal aseguró en su post colgado el domingo por la noche que la conversación se produjo horas antes del siniestro. “[Esta es] nuestra última conversación y mensajes de texto de anoche”, aseguró. “Traté con tanta fuerza decirte que no te fueras en ese barco. No se sentía bien y ambos lo sabíamos”.

“Me siento culpable de no haber hecho un mejor trabajo para lograr convencerte de no salir en el barco (…) tú tenías un presentimiento y eso me está matando [ahora]”, insistió Bernal, quien en los mensajes señala que se preparaba para celebrar el próximo cumpleaños de Rivero en Las Vegas.

Our last phone conversation and text messages last night. I feel sick to my stomach. Everyone is talking about Jose Fernandez but you died trying to be there for him and be a good friend. This doesn’t sit with me well. I write this with the heaviest heart I’ve ever had. I just lost Tony and now I lost another best friend. I can’t get over this nightmare. I already miss you and our daily conversations. You died being a great friend. You went to be with Jose and help him when he called you. I tried so hard to tell you not to go out on that boat. It didn’t feel right and we both knew it. I’m choking on tears writing this, you don’t deserve this. We were just talking about life at the Marlins game and how precious it is. I can’t believe you are gone. The pain I have is unexplainable. I feel guilty that I didn’t do a better job of trying to convince you not get on that boat. You told me just so I know in case something happens. You had a gut feeling and that is killing me. I love you bro, you’ll always be the little brother I never had. I’m in shock, I’m still waiting for you to call me or txt me. We were so excited to celebrate your birthday in Vegas. You were loved by many and I’ll do my best to stay involved with them. Lauren and I will keep you in our prayers. Rest In Peace brother. Love you little bro Eddy Rivero @e_greeneyes #rip #mybrotherfromanothermother

A photo posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀# Will Bernal (@willbernal) on

Las razones del presunto enojo de Fernández se desconocen. Las autoridades han confirmado que el bote en el que murieron los tres amigos navegaba a alta velocidad cuando se estrelló de madrugada contra un rompeolas en la entrada al puerto de Miami.

“Parece que la velocidad tiene que ver con el impacto y su gravedad”, explicó el domingo en una conferencia de prensa el portavoz de la comisión de pesca y vida silvestre de la Florida, Lorenzo Veloz. “Parece ser que estaba aproximándose a toda velocidad cuando se encontraron con la barrera de rocas y entonces sucedió el accidente.”

There’s a lesson for every tragic event that you are suppose to learn when a close friend or family member dies. We all know life is precious. I’m still in shock and I’m still waiting for a text message or call from Eddy saying something about our Fantasy Football league or about sneakers or about our forever rival of Barcelona and Real Madrid. I’ll wear a Real Madrid Ronaldo jersey every day of my life if it could bring back Eddy. It’s too early for me to really evaluate the lessons I could possibly learn from my friends tragic boating accident with Jose and Emilio. They all were so young. They had their whole lives ahead of them. As much as we think we are invincible we are not. One lesson I can take is to take as many pictures as possible with your friends. You just never know when it might be your last time hanging out with a friend. My last outing with Eddy was at the Marlins game watching Jose pitch his last game of his life. We didn’t take one picture together and I’m regretting it. We cheered Jose on and after the game Jose was mocking us for bugging him about Bryce Harper getting a hit on him. Life is crazy and tomorrow is never promised. Take as many pictures and videos with your friends as possible and always tell your friends you love them. This is the video of Eddy and I getting getting heckled by Jose after yapping at him all game. Please help the family with any donations possible, link in bio. RIP Eddy @e_greeneyes @marlins @nbc6 @wsvn @cbssports @cbs @espn @local10news #EddyRivero #JoseFernandez #Marlins #MiamiMarlins #MyBrotherFromAnotherMother

A video posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀# Will Bernal (@willbernal) on

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