He portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo turned his hotel into Morocco in a shelter for victims of the earthquake that shook that country and already left more than two thousand dead.
The attacker expressed solidarity with the people affected by what happened and made his four-star hotel available, the Tab CR7 Marrakechwhich is part of the residential chain that it has in cities like Madrid, New York, Lisbon, Funchal and Manchester.
“We have managed to get them to give us a room. We slept all night on the street And at seven in the morning they told us that yes, we could come closer. “We are in a lobby with a lot of people of different nationalities,” said one of the victims who took refuge in the place.
A strong earthquake in Morocco case more than two thousand dead and hundreds injureddestroyed buildings and forced residents of major cities to hastily abandon their homes, in what was the deadliest earthquake since at least 2004.
The movement, of magnitude 7.2, shook the Moroccan High Atlas late Friday night.
Messi also expressed his solidarity with the victims
The Argentine star Lionel Messi expressed solidarity with the people affected by the earthquake in Moroccowhich left more than two thousand people dead, and sent his “condolences to all the families of the victims.”
The man from Rosario used his official account instagram to write a short message in a story with a black background: “My condolences to all the families of the victims of the earthquake in Morocco,” he wrote Messi.
Along these lines, he added: “All the strength to the injured and the people who were affected by the terrible catastrophe.”
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