Argentina: 'They will come back' — Relatives of missing sub crew hold mass

Journalist (Spanish): «Do you know him?» Gustavo Lafrangori, friend of submarine Captain (Spanish): «Yes, we are members and alumni of the Maristas, we played rugby together in the Sporting club, we have known each other for many years. And now, we are going through these circumstances.» Journalist (Spanish): «How old is Bergallo?» Gustavo Lafrangori, friend of submarine Captain (Spanish... Еще): «45 years old.» Journalist (Spanish): «Were they here at the mass?» Gustavo Lafrangori, friend of submarine Captain (Spanish): «Yes, his brother was here, who came from Buenos Aires and he just told us that he had a premonition and wanted to come here, so he is here waiting for his brother.» Journalist (Spanish): «Has he been doing this for long?» Gustavo Lafrangori, friend of submarine Captain (Spanish): «Yes, all his life. From the years in which he could enter the Navy.» Families of crew members belonging to the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan attended a mass to pray for their return at the Naval Base of Mar del Plata on Tuesday. Relatives were hopeful, praising the crew’s aptitude. “They are excellent professionals, they will come back in any moment” relative Hernan Rodriguez said. The Bishop Monsignor Santiago Olivera led the ceremony along with priest Gustavo Acuna, in the chapel Naval Base chapel.

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