The woman works at the Churruca Hospital
The Buenos Aires Police have been searching intensely since the last hours for Elizabeth di Legge, a 47-year-old nurse from the Buenos Aires town of González Catán, La Matanza district, who disappeared last Friday when she went to work.
According to what is known so far, the latest information about the woman is that she would have left her house around 10 o’clock in the direction of the Belgrano Sur branch train station to go to the Churruca Hospital, located in the limit of the Buenos Aires neighborhoods of Nueva Pompeya and Parque Patricios, where he had to do a guard service.
However, sources close to the investigation told Infobae, for some unknown reason, Di Legge never reached her destination, so her husband, Silvio Espíndola, who works in the same health facility, carried out the investigation. complaint the next day.
It was thus that a case was initiated for “whereabouts investigation” that was filed in the Decentralized UFI No. 3 of La Matanza, in charge of Matías Folino, who ordered that the security cameras of the González Catán station and of the surroundings, to try to reconstruct the path that the nurse made since she left her house.
As this medium learned, the woman takes psychiatric medication, so the researchers do not rule out any hypothesis.
The complaint for his disappearance states that Di Legge is of “thin physical build, approximately 1.55 meters tall, white complexion, shoulder-length hair, dyed blonde, and brown eyes.”
In addition, the nurse has several tattoos on different parts of her body, including one of a star that she wears on the back of her neck; a flower and a tribal on her ears; a female face on the right arm; a dove on one wrist, and a heart on the left shoulder.
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In dialogue with the channel TNher husband specified that Friday at 10 was the last connection to Whatsapp that his partner had, and that coincides with the time in which he had to prepare to go to the Churruca hospital, where they both work.
“I am a nurse too. That day I went to work earlier and she left home later. Everything indicates that she went to work normally. She travels by train, I am not certain that she has gotten on the train, that is why I so desperately ask for the security cameras, because if she took the train she can be located. There are not many transportation options between my house and the station”, explained Silvio.
Likewise, the man explained that there are only “seven or eight blocks” between the house in which the two live and the González Catán station of the Belgrano Sur branch, which Di Legge took daily to get off at the Sáenz stop, in the neighborhood of New Pompeii.
The husband of the missing nurse also said that he is not aware that “she has had problems with anyone”, and explained that “she has a hearing disability”. “She uses an implant and that’s why she uses a card to travel,” she said, noting that this “is also inconvenient to track her,” since she does not have a SUBE card that records her movements on public transport.
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