The Prosecutor’s Office assures that the ambulance took 12 ‘to arrive at Maradona’s


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The Prosecutor's Office assures that the ambulance took 12 'to arrive at Maradona's

Diego Armando Maradona died at the age of 60 after suffering a decompensation at his home on Wednesday, November 25, 2020.

The Attorney General of San Isidro, in the province of Buenos Aires, reported this Friday that Diego Maradona’s doctor required medical assistance on Wednesday at 12:16 p.m. local time and that the first ambulance arrived at the home at 12:28, according to film records.

Matías Morla, agent, lawyer and friend of Maradona, said this Thursday in a statement that “the ambulance took more than half an hour to arrive” at the home of the world champion in Mexico 1986 and assured that this was a “criminal idiocy.”

“It is inexplicable that for 12 hours my friend did not have attention or control from the health personnel dedicated to these ends. The ambulance took more than half an hour to arrive, which was a CRIMINAL IDIOT (sic)”Morla said.

In its statement this Friday, the Attorney General of San Isidro reported that “It was established that at 12:17 pm (to be confirmed by a report from the cell phone service provider), Maradona’s personal secretary required medical assistance, and an ambulance from the company + VIDA was present at 12:28 hours, according to film records of the Barrio San Andrés obtained “.

Minutes later they arrived at the house where Maradona lived “different ambulances from other medical service providers.”

“It was also established that at 12:16 hours a call to the 911 emergency service was generated requiring an ambulance, by Leopoldo Luque, with the relevant audio recording”, adds the statement.

Judicial sources confirmed to Efe that Maradona’s secretary, Maximiliano Pomargo (Morla’s brother-in-law), first called Luque, Maradona’s general practitioner, who was not at the scene, and that then almost simultaneously both requested ambulances.

The Prosecutor’s Office also specified that they took a statement from a nurse who “He would have been the last person to see him alive at approximately 6.30 in the morning, at the time of the changing of the guard.”

“There he reported having found him resting in his bed, ensuring that he was sleeping and breathing normally”says the report.

Another nurse stated that at 7.30 she “would have heard him moving inside the room.”

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