translated from Spanish: Survive as a violinist in Los Mochis, Sinaloa; needs help

The Mochis, Sinaloa.- Jorge Heriberto Ramírez Macías, who faces a disability problem and survives as a violinist on the streets of the city of Los Mochis, asks for the help of the authorities and the citizens in general, since for the last two years he has not been able to work because he was forced to walk on crutches because a diabetes problem that was complicated. Interviewed outside his humble home located in the ejido Ahome Independencia, he said he faces many needs to get ahead, since his house burned down at the end of May this year, he lost a horn that helps him develop the work he undertakes and allows him to earn a few pesos to feed himself.
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He noted that his partner, who suffers from an hearing problem, also lost the equipment that allowed him to listen better during the fire, so hopefully someone will be moved on from his situation and can help them move on.

He points out that he also faces problems buying his medicines: gabapentin, carbamazepine, indanet and pregabraline, among others. Please note that any help can be dialed to 6682104948.

Original source in Spanish

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