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“Time is our worst enemy”: Brother of missing Honduran worker says he still has hope

From CNN's Maria Santana, Alison Gordon and Abel Alvarado

One's family members Workers are missing Since the collapse of Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge, there is still hope that their loved one will be found alive.

“Up to this moment we still have hope that God will grant a miracle and it will be beautiful,” Carlos Suazo Sandoval, brother of Manor Suazo Sandoval, told CNN en EspaƱol on Wednesday.

“We still have hope and I know time is our worst enemy,” he said.

Manor Suazo Sandoval, 38, a Honduran national, was working on asphalt on the bridge when it collapsed, his brother said.

Speaking to CNN outside a family forum set up by state and federal authorities in Baltimore, Carlos said his family is still processing the incident and has yet to tell Manor's 72-year-old mother, who lives in San Pedro Chula, Honduras. .

Manor, one of eight siblings, was described as a kind and happy person with a “vision,” his brother said.

“He always wanted his own business. He always said his old years would be in Honduras,” she said of her missing sibling.

Another brother told CNN on Wednesday that Manor Suazo Sandoval was there Lived in America for 18 years He is also married and the father of an 18-year-old son and a 5-year-old daughter.

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