The investigation into Argentina's death of Diago Armando Maradona has revealed that the football legend was much more likely to survive if he received the right medication and medical care. It is revealed that Don Diego was left "in agony" in the last 12 hours of his life.
Maradona passed away on November 25, 2020 due to heart failure. Only a few days earlier, he had been discharged from the hospital after undergoing surgery for a blood clot.
Authorities in his homeland of Argentina are adamant that the legendary footballer has not received adequate medical care.
According to the results of the investigation, his doctors were very aware of his condition and knew that it could be fatal. However, they were indifferent to the situation and did not react.
According to the accused medics, Maradona himself asked to be discharged from the hospital, but it was established that the Argentine did not fully control his mental state at that time and was not able to make decisions related to his health.
The most shocking detail is that the ambulance for Maradona was called 12 hours after the first signs of heart failure appeared.
"He was in a prolonged death agony for at least 12 hours before the ambulance was called, suggesting that the patient had not been adequately examined to respond much earlier," said part of the investigators' report.