The school transportation driver, from the initials F.R.S.S, was one of the witnesses to the alleged attack suffered by a group of teachers from the Santa Rosa School in Ercilla, La Araucanía region, which triggered several hours later the murder of Camilo Catrillanca.
According to La Tercera, November 14 was very special for the driver, who on that day reported the robbery to the Carabineros, after being a special witness of the incident.
"That day, the van showed brake failure when looking for children in the community. So, that day there were no classes at the school where the teachers attacked were located. The director accompanied me to Ercilla to find a teacher, the only one in the commune, and because he was not there, we returned, "recalled the driver.
"I continued to wait for the mechanics who came from Temuco, but the director told me to go and meet the teacher on the road, so I took advantage of the fact that they would pursue them. They were in the caravan," he added.
"They went to their homes, one to Ercilla, one to Victoria and another to Collipulli. When they circled the mountain on the road, because the road was very bad, small cars, when they were lower, turned around the hill. Then, in the back of the hill, they caught it, "he explained.
In that sense, the driver commented that the cars they were using were: Chevrolet Sail, Great Wall (not showing models) and Nissan March.
"They were there aggressively throwing them, them and the children. The cars locked them in front with branches and barbed wire. When I arrived at the place where I was trying to go help them, I went down, but it was clear I saw the aggressiveness of the people who walked with axes in their hands and with rifles cut off. I tried to go there, they shouted to me ambil take the egg from there (for your car), conchetumadre & # 39; and when they told me the second time, I turned and pulled it to one side, and they started, "said the driver, adding that at least he saw two hooded men.
As for questions from the political and national community about the possibility of the assembly in this attack, the driver firmly said no.
"If I thought it was a montage? No. I, who worked there, knew how it was (…) There were many people who thought so stupid and didn't even know what was happening. I saw the teachers affected and the children crying. I saw the theft, no one would tell me otherwise, "he said.