That photo with the father and the social farewell to the 31-year-old saleswoman ‘with shining eyes’
A photo with the splendid panorama of your beloved Ischia behind you and the words “My beautiful country…. #myhome #myplace”. It is one of the last posts on Facebook by Eleonora Sirabella, a 31-year-old saleswoman, the first victim of the Ischia landslide. Eleonora was from Lacco Ameno, even though she lived in the upper part of Casamicciola, where the landslide took away her house which she shared with her husband, Salvatore Impagliazzo, who is still missing. And this photo was taken right in Lacco Ameno in which she is seen in an evening dress on a September evening sitting on a low wall with the thousand lights of the green island behind her.
On her Fb profile there is also a photo that portrays her with her father Ciro, “Best wishes to the most fascinating man in the world..! Best wishes to my father..!”, wrote Eleonora, who, precisely that adored father had called before I got hit by the rain last night. She had asked him to come get her and take her away to a safer area. But the father, who rushed with his son, was blocked by mud and debris not far from his daughter’s home in via Celario. Then a quote from Giovanni Falcone, another photo that shows her posing under the stars with the caption “Follies are the only things you never regret…. #moonlight #theendofsummer #underciel”, the news of a spontaneous no green pass group born in Ischia, the memory of the tenth anniversary of the death of the parish priest of Lacco Ameno.
Under the posts the condolences of friends and acquaintances: “Beautiful angel with shining eyes rest in peace and protect everyone from up there”, “Rip in peace beautiful angel”, “What an unfair life, Rip”, “Eleanor with shining eyes rest in peace and protect everyone from up there.”