Sálvame sent Lydia Lozano to La Palma, where she spent part of her life, to inform about the eruption of the volcano. The journalist landed on the island on Wednesday morning September 22 and could speak with some of those affected.
The collaborator received criticism on social networks for the coverage he made of what happened. She at a certain moment she began to follow a civil guard who was controlling the traffic and that she asked not to record him. She also jumped the safety perimeter to talk with firefighters, something that bothered several law agents who were in the area.
"What a little education saying 'that I am live' so that they attend it ... and it tells it to a group of firefighters and civil guards, which they are live helping the population and not dedicating themselves to entertain," he said A user on Twitter. "It is not an interest of informing, it is an interest in profitable personal misfortunes. What contributes Lydia Lozano on the island? Nothing," he wrote another.
"It seems like a bootled show that is giving me from La Palma. To Lydia Lozano sees it uncomfortable and forced to ask questions that he does not want to do ... Do not play with the pain of the anonymous people, do what you know and play With your own, "said another person.
"This is desoler," Lydia Lozano said as soon as he arrived at La Palma to exercise as a reporter to save me. She moved to a place where she is welcoming people who do not have houses to stay. She subsequently chatted with some of the neighbors affected by the catastrophe, whom she hugged very excitedly.
A woman asked him to: "Fight for us, we are in your hands. Fight, protest, do everything you have to do to listen to us. This is a disaster, you have to come see it. The houses are taken as paper" .
The journalist explained in a live connection with the Telecinco Program: "At each step I give myself to someone who is helping and is a friend of my cousin, someone who has lost the house and knows my family ... the People hug me, kisses me, asks me for help, let's put the donation telephone ... ".
Then he showed that he was in a sports pavilion they had enabled to help the victims and in whose stands there was a lot of footwear: "Above all donate shoes, people went with the position." Lozano finished collapsing after hearing a woman's testimony whose house was surrounded by lava. "It's tremendous," she said between tears.Updated Date: 23 September 2021, 14:32