The legendary Argentine footballer, Diego Armando Maradona, died this Wednesday after suffering a cardiorespiratory arrest, as advanced the Argentine newspaper Clarín. According to the first information about what happened, Maradona suffered a “decompensation” at noon while he was at his home in Tigre.
The footballer was there, in the process of recovery, after having undergone an operation less than a month ago for a clot in his head. Although the medical services moved to the scene immediately and tried to revive him, the veteran soccer player who had just turned 60 on October 30 has lost his life.
Where is this town located?
Tigre is an Argentine municipality located north of the capital, Buenos Aires. Maradona was in a rented house in the San Andrés neighborhood in the Villanueva complex in this town, where he moved after being discharged less than a month ago to carry out the rehabilitation, as reported by the Argentine media La Nación.
It is an exclusive neighborhood in which the footballer had rented a home completely adapted for your postoperative period and where, in addition, he was going to undergo a detoxification treatment for his addiction to alcohol. The choice of this area was also due to the fact that the house is located near the clinic where he was operated on and his daughter, Gianinna Maradona.