The drama of a family that gave up the dream of changing their lives in Australia and is now fighting for help in Annapolis

The drama of a family that gave up the dream of changing their lives in Australia and is now fighting for help in Annapolis

‘My father went about with plans to build things, to make things, but everything went wrong,’ lamented his son

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The drama of a family that gave up the dream of changing their lives in Australia and is now fighting for help in Annapolis
Luciano Camilo Teixeira had to have part of his leg amputated due to diabetes and will now have to undergo rehabilitation. (Photo: Reproduction/@patrickcamiilo)

What was supposed to be a big dream, with everything in place to fulfill it, became a big nightmare in the life of Luciano Camilo Teixeira, better known as “Azitona”. Now, without knowing what else to do, the family uses social media to fight for help.

In Anápolis, he had a stable life as he owned a delivery business called Telepizados Eventos. However, he dreamed of changing his life in Australia.

till Portal 6Luciano’s son, Patrick Alves Camilo Teixeira, said his parents sold everything they had and went to fulfill his old wish.

After only two months of living in the new house with his wife, when he was starting to stabilize, “Ezitona”, who suffers from diabetes, noticed the appearance of a callus on his foot.

“He kept working, wearing tight shoes and all, and started opening up. That’s when he got scared. I had to go back to Brazil, but I didn’t have any reservations yet,” his son said.

After a lot of efforts, Luciano managed to return to his country, but his wife had to stay there.

In Brazil, he was hospitalized in a critical condition suffering from high diabetes, which led to the amputation of two fingers and part of his foot.

“The next day, the doctor tried to bandage it and everything, and said that because it was a very ugly wound, very open, it wouldn’t heal soon and he would be unable to walk in the future,” Patrick recalled.

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According to his son, the infection continued to worsen and this week it became necessary to amputate his leg 5cm below the knee.

Faced with a long and expensive rehabilitation process to be able to walk again, the family decided to open the vaquinha.

“It is difficult for a person who came from Brazil on foot to leave the hospital in a wheelchair. It is complicated, we had to find ourselves in a situation of asking for support and help that we had not thought of”, he said.

“My father went to Australia with a plan to buy things, build things, but everything went wrong. Sometimes it is not our will, it is God’s will,” he added.

For those who want to contribute to Luciano’s recovery, the PIX key is Patrick’s CPF: 702.944.231-84.

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