Last Saturday, an explosion in a bakery in Paris killed four people and injured dozens. Laura Nombela, a 38-year-old Spanish woman who was traveling for the first time abroad, was one of the victims.
According to the newspaper El Mundo, Luis Brea, her husband, prepared everything in detail and took Laura to what would have been a surprise trip without the three children, who are between four and nine years old.
Those who knew the couple told the same newspaper that they had never made a trip for two. After they got married, the children were born and, from there, the trips have always been in the family.
Laura worked for the same supermarket company in Toledo for 17 years. "It was a great worker, when they changed shop they fired all the employees except her … It was the first time that they only traveled the two and the first time abroad, you can believe".
Last Saturday, at the hotel where they were staying, shortly before 9:00, Laura and Luis felt an intense smell of gas. A few minutes later, an intense explosion finally projected Laura's body violently.
The woman's body was among the rubble, in the images, broadcast on television and on social networks, Luis seems to scream for help while trying to remove the woman's body from the rubble.
"It must be ruined, to think that it was he who organized everything and brought it there, as will be his head, in addition to the injuries he suffered and everything he witnessed," says the family, reminding him that Luis is now a widower and three minor children.