the minister of The Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, condecorará to Lucas Alvarez Toribio, the child of four years that saved the life of his mother with a call to the 112 last September, with the gold medal with red badge of Merit of Civil Protection 2018. The small saw his mother lying on the floor and barely move, and decided to pick up the phone and call the emergency from their small municipality of Castile and León. The woman has a chronic disease and that day, disoriented, and could not take a step. The performance of his son saved his life. In addition, Luke treated his little sister, just 24 days, because she couldn't stop crying. Together with Luca, his professor Elisa Klasbahis de la Riva García will also be awarded with the silver medal with a distinctive blue "to convey to their students, including Luca Alvarez Toribio, a preventive culture of civil protection".
The award, which is given morning in Rivas-Vaciamadrid (Madrid), is one of dozens of medals handed by the minister from 10:30 at the headquarters of the National School of Civil Protection. Among the winners are also the firefighter of Malaga José Gil Gutierrez, who died in service during the floods of Campillos, as well as two of their comrades, who fortunately saved his life. The general of Division, Joseph Cuasante Garcia, the Association DYA Navarra, the communication team of Madrid 112, are some of the other winners.