The Central Córdoba soccer player from Santiago del Estero was discharged ten days ago, after being operated on for a fractured nasal bone and upper jaw due to the blows suffered as a result of the rollover of his vehicle.
The front Luis Miguel Rodriguez reappeared in public after the car crash for which he stayed several days hospitalized in serious condition and his first photo was known in the middle of his visit to the Virgin of the Valley of Catamarca.
the footballer of Central Cordoba of Santiago del Estero he was released from the hospital ten days ago, after being operated on for a fractured nasal bone and upper jaw due to the blows suffered as a result of the overturning of his vehicle at the intersection of routes 157 and 308, 1.8 kilometers from the Tucuman town of Lamadrid and 45 km from Simocayour natal city.
“He was thrown from the vehicle and that saved his life, because if he had stayed in the truck there was no chance that he would be saved. I don’t know if he was wearing a seat belt, because the truck fired him through the windshield and that helped him save himself,” his representative explained days ago. Robert Saint John.
Meanwhile, he added: “Although it suffered many blows, the truck was destroyed. It fell into a dry river that is quite deep, but the drought also saved it. He walked out and went to a house, as if lost. He saw some people and asked them for help, he thought they had robbed him, totally beside himself. He didn’t understand anything. People recognized him despite having his face destroyed and helped him.”
Rodríguez, a devotee of the Virgen del Valle, went to thank him and took a picture with the Rector, Pbro. Gustavo Floresin the first image that was seen of the striker after what happened, in which scars can be seen on his face from the surgical intervention.
The 38-year-old player with steps for Atlético Tucumán and Colón de Santa Feamong other teams, currently wears the jersey of Central Córdoba of Santiago del Estero.
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