QUALIANO – It is the day of sorrow for the city of Qualiano, where Antonio Santopaolo and Carmen Tammaro lived, the husbands who died in the Raganello tragedy. Almost a thousand people came to the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Via Dogma to say goodbye to the young couple.
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A busy crowd has visited the parish since the early hours of the morning, when the burning room was set up. The funerals, which started a while ago, are led by the bishop of Aversa Angelo Spinillo. Beside him are several parish priests from the surrounding municipalities. In the church the mayor of Qualiano Raffaele de Leonardis and the deputy mayor of Naples Raffaele del Giudice, originally from Qualiano.
In the first row, Michela, the eldest daughter of Antonio and Carmen, also miraculously escaped the fury of the waters. "When we think of them – said Bishop Spinillo – we will think of two people who gave themselves gifts, children, friends, family members will bring all this love into them We are not here to give answers, we are here at to recognize our limits and to support each other ".
Shortly thereafter the announcement came to a surprise from the altar. It was the parish priest who brought the good news: "Little Chiara has woken up, she is the first sign of love for people and her parents". A long applause from the thousand believers greeted the news.