Argentina: Relatives of ARA San Juan crew members 'united as a big family'

SOT, journalist (Spanish): Have there been disagreements with other relatives? SOT, Marta Vallejos, sister of crew member (Spanish): “No, obviously not, we are all united.” SOT, Marta Vallejos, sister of crew member (Spanish): “We expect news every day, it’s just one more day of waiting.” SOT, Marta Vallejos, sister of crew member (Spanish): “If I think there are decisive moments, sometimes... Еще you go down, and then up… that's why we're all together and united to try to give each other hope and be strong.” SOT, journalist (Spanish): «Are you still fasting?» SOT, Marta Vallejos, sister of crew member (Spanish): “Yes, it is the third day.” SOT, Marta Vallejos, sister of crew member (Spanish): “Yes, I believe that the Navy and the other countries are doing everything possible. They are convinced that they will find them.” Marta Vallejos, sister of missing non-commissioned officer Celso Oscar Vallejos, explained on Tuesday in Mar del Plata that relatives of ARA San Juan crew members are «united as a big family,» as search for the missing sub continues, Vallejos explained that “sometimes you go down, and then up. That's why we're all together and united to try to give each other hope and be strong.” When asked whether she was still fasting, Vallejos said that she had started fasting three days ago. She also affirmed that relatives know that “the Navy is doing everything possible.” The ARA San Juan went missing on Wednesday, November 16 with a crew of 44, shortly after reporting an electrical malfunction. It was 480km (380 miles) off the coast, en route from Ushuaia to its base in Mar del Plata.

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