A 40-year-old corporal from the Navy dies in Murcia when he falls from the top of a wall

Juan Ignacio Ardila Corporal of 40 years of the Navyhas died this past weekend after falling from a wall in the city of Cartagena (Murcia), where he was assigned.

The events occurred this Saturday. In a fortuitous event, the young soldier fell from the top of the wall of Carlos III. According to local authorities, the corporal would have lost his balance while walking through the upper part of this area of ​​the city.

The body was found on Saturday morning in the gardens surrounding the place. The hypothesis that is handled is that of an accidental fall.

Ardila was stationed in the Marine Infantry, specifically in the Tercio de la Armada (TEAR) of San Fernando. He was a native of Jerez de la Frontera, in Cádiz, specifically from the district of Guadalcacín.

“He lived for his own”

Ardila was a well-liked soldier in the Armed Forces. Some profiles that usually collect information about the day to day of the soldiers have already issued some condolence messages remembering the deceased in this tragedy.

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One of those profiles has lamented his death. “He lived for his own, he lived for Spain, and the heroes here are always present. It is impossible to resist the sadness that leaves us in the soul, the departure to the sky of our cape. It is not fair, life is not fair, death has patterns of measurement and selection that only it knows and we cannot understand or do anything to avoid them (that is why impotence inhabits us)”.

“It will be very difficult for those who love him so much and want to move forward, my corporal. Ardila has left the biggest and deepest void that can be left within that family, friends and colleagues,” continues the text of that publication.

From Support to the Spanish Soldiers in Missions they have sent the following token of condolence: “There is no space for them that does not bear their name, it is and will be where it has always been, there will be no looks, no words, no hugs, there will be memories, dreams asleep or awake, there will be unanswered conversations until that day when one by one they will find each other up there… The most heartfelt hug and in this case one of those who try to subtract pain and add strength to their parents, family, friends and companions. A hug towards the sky, yes, that of heroes like you”.

The death of the soldier leaves a great commotion in his native land of Cadiz. There he was a bearer of the Brotherhood of Delivery, from where they have also issued a statement regretting the events.

Source: Elespanol

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