A lawyer for Diego Maradona is asking for an investigation into the Argentinian soccer legend’s demise, claiming it took too lengthy for an ambulance to reach.
Matias Morla stated it was “prison idiocy” for it to have taken “greater than half an hour” for an ambulance to reach at Maradona’s house in Buenos Aires, the place the 1986 World Cup winner died of a coronary heart assault on Wednesday.
Morla was citing a report by the San Isidro district lawyer’s workplace, ESPN reported.
“This truth can’t be neglected and I’m going to ask for an investigation to look into it till the tip,” Morla tweeted. “As Diego would say, you might be my soldier, act with pity.”
Maradona was 60. He lately underwent mind surgical procedure to take away a blood clot and was launched on Nov. 11.
Regarded as among the best soccer gamers of all time, Maradona’s legacy was additionally shrouded in controversy. He scored two targets within the World Cup quarterfinals in opposition to England, certainly one of which was an uncalled handball that he punched into the web — then later attributed to “the hand of God.”
Thousands of Argentinians lined as much as pay their remaining respects to the previous midfielder on Thursday on the presidential palace, the place his coffin was on show, draped in an Argentinian flag.