The above post translates as follows:
Hello, I would like to know if this person (Elizabeth Ramell Nye) is the one saved by passenger Manuel Uruchurtu on the Titanic, if they had information about Elizabeth's visit to the Uruchurtu family.
While Manuel Uruchurtu was one of many unfortunate victims of the Titanic
disaster, his alleged "heroism" of getting out of Lifeboat #11 to offer his seat to Elizabeth Nye is entirely fictional. It was almost certainly started by his alleged descendant Alejandro Garate and later propagated by Javier Sevilla, whose sole purpose seemed to have been to sell "genuine" photograps of Uruchurtu in his posession at exorbitant prices. No one with any common sense believes in that story now; it been even debunked in Mexico thanks to a local writer and researcher Maria Loaeza-Tovar.
If you read the ET bio of Elizabeth Rammell-Nye, you can see that she gives a fairly detailed account of the circumstances of her survival and does not make any mention of Uruchurtu. Former memer the Late David Bryceson has done extensive research into this alleged encounter between Nye and Uruchurtu and his arguments suggest that nothing like that happened at all. She was not
"saved" by Uruchurtu or anyone else except perhaps the crew who might have helped her into the lifeboat.
Dave Bryceson has written an excellent biography about Elizabeth Nye, a product of genuine, hard research rather than wishful thinking. It is rather hard to find these days but a worthwhile purchase.