As investigation into Diego Maradona’s death continues, a huge confession has been made by a nurse of his while he was alive. The new evidence will certainly be key in evaluating if it had anything to do with the eventual death of the former Argentine wizard.
Diego Maradona’s nurse has narrated how the former football legend fell and hit his head just few days before his unfortunate death.
Arguably the greatest footballer to ever play the beautiful game, 60-year-old Diego Maradona died of cardiovascular arrest on Wednesday, November 25, at his house in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
It was reported yesterday that officials have launched an investigation into the cause of his death after his daughters demanded to know the medication their father was on before he died.
In recent developments on the investigation, Diego Maradona’s nurse has now revealed that the legend fell, hit his head, and was alone ‘without help’ for 3 days. After the fall, it was alleged that the former Barcelona player was neither taken to a hospital for check-up nor given an MRI scan to determine the extent of the fall.
“Maradona fell on the Wednesday of the week before his death.”He fell and hit his head, but they didn’t take him to the hospital for an MRI or CT scan…”
Diego Maradona fell and hit his head before he died and was then left alone 'without help' for 3 days, his nurse claims https://t.co/cfRqpxu35Z
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) November 30, 2020
According to the attorney, Maradona was not attended to for three days after the incident.
Diego Maradona’s nurse is not the only medical staff of his to be in the news, his doctor, Luque had his home and clinic raided recently by Police men as investigations into the unfortunate death started.
Although heart attack was reported to be the cause of death, another nurse who was on night shift told a private medical firm known as Medidom that she had checked Maradona by 6:30AM and claimed he was breathing properly.
Maradona is survived by five children. Naijawide will continue to keep you updated as the investigation continues.