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|29-04-2017, 07:29 PM||#109 (permalink)|
a skippin' an' a hoppin'
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￼Catalina, 17, sits at the entrance to series of tunnels underneath the Gara de Nord train station in Bucharest. After being abandoned after birth, she grew up in an orphanage and then lived on the street and in the tunnels starting at age 12.
During winter, up to 40 people occupy the tunnel to stay warm, living together in a space of only a few square meters.
For a while Catalina tried to stay off drugs. During this period she ate and slept most of the time, trying to recover and find relief from her pain.
Catalina died on May 28, 2014, one month after she turned 18. Her boyfriend Santo, (bottom right), asked to be buried near her. He is also HIV-positive.
|02-05-2017, 04:16 AM||#113 (permalink)|
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