In an assembly with the vassals, they decided to give their daughters as follows: whoever has three will give two; whoever has two will give one; and those who have one will participate in a raffle. Once they had all the rescue collected, an entourage will be created to depart to Saracen lands from Salou’s harbor. Meanwhile, Galceran fervently prayed to Sant Esteve, patrón of Bagà, to release him from his captivity. And the day before the rescue would be embarked, Saint Stephen would release Galceran; it would also happen to Santcerní who is also released by the intercession of Saint Genís, patron of his parish. The rescue entourage and the two people released found each other miraculously in the Racó road (Vila-seca), very close to Salou’s harbor. With great joy they recognized themselves and they went together to Tarragona and from there to Barcelona to introduce themselves to Ramon Berenguer IV. Once they have rested, they returned to Bagà where they were received with immense joy. Galceran rewarded the maidens and families who had been delivered to them; he also donated to the Saint Stephen of Bagà church. Over the years, close to death, he retired as a monk at the monastery of Santes Creus where he died and was buried.