Litto Nebbia He suffered an accident on the way to Venado Tuerto, Santa Fe, which led to the suspension of his concert scheduled for Saturday night, as well as the presentation he had scheduled in Junín for Sunday.
The news was confirmed through the musician’s social networks, where Agostina Cámpora, in charge of AC Producción Integral and responsible for the singer’s show, reported that Litto Nebbia had a fall that resulted in fractures in the right humerus and right patella due to a trip in Urquiza, Pergamino (Buenos Aires), while heading towards Venado Tuerto.
The artist had two concerts scheduled for the weekend: one in Venado Tuerto on Saturday and another in Junín on Sunday. However, due to injuries sustained, both shows will be rescheduled to accommodate his recovery process. In addition, AC Producción Integral also provided information on the return of money for concert tickets that were rescheduled.
The health of Litto Nebbia
As for Nebbia’s health, the musician’s official Facebook page confirmed that he is in good condition and thanked fans for their support and concern. Also, they will keep followers informed about any news related to his future presentations.
The incident occurred around 11 in the morning while he was going to his truck to perform the two shows scheduled for the weekend in Venado Tuerto and Junín. At the YPF stop in Urquiza, near Pergamino, when getting out of the vehicle, Litto Nebbia tripped over a small step, which resulted in him falling to his right. This incident caused the fracture of his humerus and patella. He was treated immediately at the San José de Pergamino Hospital.
Despite the injuries sustained, the latest update on his state of health indicates that Litto Nebbia, after the accident, is in good condition and in the process of recovery.
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