- More details emerge from the last minutes of Diego Armando Maradona
- 911 call is filtered asking for help for the Argentine ex-footballer
- His doctor, Leopoldo Luque, was the one who made the call
A few days after the sensitive death of Diego Armando Maradona, the call made by his doctor, Leopoldo Luque, to 911 asking for help for the former Argentine footballer is filtered.
In the official account of Instagram of the program Chisme No Like, hosted by Javier Ceriani and Elisa Beristain, this audio is shared that stands out for several details.
First, the 911 operator is heard answering the call and then the voice of Leopoldo Luque, Diego Armando Maradona’s family doctor, who calls for an urgent ambulance from the San Andrés neighborhood in the town of Tigre in Argentina.
It is striking that Leopoldo Luque, when saying that it is a “closed neighborhood”, asks them to “come in and ask”, without giving an exact address.
“There is a person who is apparently, they tell me, with a cardiorespiratory arrest, the doctor is treating him,” Luque said.
When asked if it is a man or a woman, Maradona’s doctor says that he is a man of approximately 60 years of age, to later give his name and thank him for the care received.
According to information from La Nación, Leopoldo Luque is a neurosurgeon who planned the “Maradona fitness” challenge, with which the Argentine star managed to lose 11 kilos during a period of quarantine.
According to information from Gossip No Like, Diego Armando Maradona’s doctor was not at the former soccer player’s home when he made the 911 call, and he did not reveal his name or give the exact address.
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