42-year-old Michelle presumed dead after Iranian strike
Search intensifies for Filipina caregiver
ERBIL, January 20 — Efforts have been underway for the past four days to find a Filipina woman who served as the caregiver for Peshraw Dizeyee’s daughter in Erbil.
Karwan Mirawdali, spokesperson for Erbil Civil Defense, confirmed a continuous search spanning four days and nights, revealing the discovery of substantial evidence during the operation, including the residence card and wallet of the woman.
42-year-old Michelle, identified as the caregiver of the missing 11-month-old Zhina, was present at the house during the Iranian missile attack, as recounted by the homeowners’ relatives.
On January 15, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards launched a missile attack on the house of Peshraw Dizeyee, resulting in the deaths of him, his daughter, a guest, and, it is presumed, the woman identified as Michelle.
The latter is presumed dead as her body has not yet been found.