London fire victim was on phone with parents when she passed away, legal representative states

By Valentina Di Donato and Chandrika Narayan CNN

ROME (CNN)– Designer Gloria Trevisan was on the phone with her household in Italy when she became part of a grim figure– another victim of this week’s inferno at London’s Grenfell Tower.

“Gloria passed away while on the phone with her mom,” family attorney Maria Cristina Sandrin told CNN.

“I am going to heaven,” Trevisan said, inning accordance with Sandrin. “I will help you from up there.”

A minimum of 30 people have been validated dead and around 70 stay unaccounted for since Friday afternoon, according to authorities. A criminal examination has been released into the situations surrounding Wednesday’s blaze. Cops stated the reason for the fire was unlikely to be arson, however senior investigators are investigating whether other offenses were dedicated.

Trevisan, 26, was residing in London because her family in Italy was having monetary problems, Sandrin informed CNN.

“Simply 3 months earlier, Gloria left Italy to find work as an architect in London,” the legal representative stated. “She decided to travel to not economically weigh on her parents.”

Her moms and dads’ home had actually been repossessed a couple of months earlier, Sandrin said. They are now coping with Trevisan’s grandparents.

She talked to both her moms and dads– Manuela and Loris Trevisan– that fateful day. Her father tape-recorded part of the telephone call so that her bro, who was not present, could hear her last words, Sandrin said.

The household will not release the recording unless a court orders it for a trial in connection with the fire, Sandrin stated.

The architect had actually published an image on Instagram in April of the view from her apartment.

Marco Gottardi, Gloria Trevisan’s sweetheart who is still missing, was also on the phone with his family at the time, Italian paper Corriere della Sera reported.

The Italian foreign ministry’s press workplace says it remains in close contact with authorities in London.

CNN’s Valentina Di Donato reported from Rome, and Chandrika Narayan wrote from Atlanta.

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