Published: Jun 13, 2014 5:47 PM EDT
Updated: Jun 13, 2014 6:07 PM EDT

SAN CARLOS PARK, Fla - Maria Nava's father, Leonel Wilfredo Navas, is currently in Honduras, trying desperately to get back to family in the United States, to bury his daughter and grandchildren.

In the meantime, he's talking to Honduras media, telling them he thought Navas and Medina were happy, and he can't understand what happened.

Leonel Navas says he's living a nightmare, after losing his daughter and grandchildren in a violent murder Sunday.
In an interview obtained by our partners at the News-Press, Navas said he thought his daughter's 12 year relationship with Enrique Medina was perfect.

A suicide note left by Medina claims he was drinking.

"They were a happy family. I ask myself what actions intervened to lead to such a drastic decision, especially when it hurts a loved one, with whom you have a life plan and dreams. I don't believe that alcohol has that capacity," said Navas.

And a 911 call, shows Medina thought he wasn't enough for the family.

"I failed them. my wife and my daughters. They are dead," Medina says in the call. 

WINK News investigated, and found a timeline for that 911 call shows dispatchers had a delayed response to Medina's emergency call.
Medina used a cell phone and didn't provide a street address for the home, which caused some trouble. 

The time line shows the entire call from the initial answer to when the first unit reached the home was a total of 12 minutes and 29 seconds.

Leonel is hoping to get another via, asking the Honduran Minister of Foreign Affairs for help.