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María Valenzuela and her daughter suffered a car accident in Tortuguitas

María Valenzuela and her daughter suffered a car accident in Tortuguitas
María Valenzuela and her daughter suffered a car accident in Tortuguitas

The artist was traveling in a Peugeot 206 with Malena, her first-born daughter, when a truck hit them head-on in the town of Tortuguitas, north of the Buenos Aires suburbs.

The actress Maria del Carmen Valenzuela revealed this Friday that he starred in a car crash last week, in which she and her daughter They suffered “serious injuries.”

The artist maintained that she was traveling in a Peugeot 206 with Malena, her first-born, when A truck hit them head-on in the town of Tortuguitasnorth of the Buenos Aires suburbs.

“I stopped at the intersection of Brasil and Patricias Mendocinas and there a clear car signaled for me to pass. When I was moving forward, a dark 4×4 truck appeared on the right side, collided with us and with the impact dragged us to a light post. We have serious injuries,” Valenzuela said in statements to a media outlet.

In this sense, he referred to the driver’s attitude after the road accident. According to the actress, the subject felt “responsible” at all times while “He asked for forgiveness several times because he was late to a place and that’s why he came quickly.”

Valenzuela and her daughter are at rest. Furthermore, she said: “When Malena’s glass broke, I threw myself on top of her to cover the left side of her head.”

“The glass fell on me, and they took out a piece of my flesh,” added ‘Mariquita’, who had prominent roles in Mujeres Asesinas and Son de Fierro.

Finally, Valenzuela stressed that he did not speak with his lawyer and that he gave testimony a few days ago. “Malena has a lot of pain in her ribs and arm. The tests she had apparently went well, but she is totally traumatized,” she concluded about the state of her daughter’s health.

Source: Ambito

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