Idaho Man Clings to Life After Attempting to Source Peruvian Goods for Business

In a tragic incident in Bellevue, Idaho, Fredy Inca Cisneros, a 42-year-old businessman and local community member, suffered severe injuries following an assault during his visit to Peru in January. He sustained three broken ribs, a fractured neck and spine, and a collapsed lung. The brutal attack has left him with paralyzed legs, creating considerable distress for his family in Bellevue as they grapple with his care.

His sister, Katia Inca Cisneros, communicated the gravity of his condition and the isolation the family feels. Fredy’s wife, Kari Mendez, who is also employed as a house cleaner in Bellevue, is shouldering the responsibility of caring for their young daughter, Arlet, and is confronting the daunting task of caring for her husband once he returns home.

Mendez faces a challenging situation, holding down her cleaning job while maintaining the family’s source of livelihood, the La Plazita Latino Market, which Fredy had opened in August before his tragic trip to Peru. The visit was originally meant for Fredy and his son Guillermo to be a short trip to Peru, but it turned into a nightmare after an attack left Fredy in a ravine, severely injured and robbed of his possessions by his assailants.

Despite the severity of his injuries, the doctors in Peru were hesitant to operate on his damaged spine, fearing it might worsen his condition.

Source: nation.lk – The Nation Newspaper

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