The musician Joaquín Sabina has been discharged from hospital and is already at home after being operated on for an intracranial hematoma caused by his fall to the pit during a concert at the WiZink Center in Madrid on February 12.
The singer-songwriter has left the plant of the Ruber International hospital, where he had been since February 18, after spending six days in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the hospital.
Besides of intracreneal hematoma for which he was operated, Sabina suffered slight fractures in his shoulder, so he must rest and need rehabilitation.
Sabina entered the International Ruber on February 12 after having suffered an accidental fall at the concert he offered alongside Joan Manuel Serrat.
The singer presented “left shoulder trauma, thoracic and cranioencephalic” and was surgically intervened for “evacuation of intracranial hematoma in the right hemisphere,” according to the first medical report.
The fall of the stage took place around 9:00 p.m., 30 minutes after the beginning of the concert, when Sabina was on the stage saying a few words to present the song of ‘Mediterranean’.
At that moment, He tripped and fell into the pit, so he hit the area that separates the stage from the public. Immediately, he was attended by the medical staff of the enclosure. Sabina complained of a severe pain in her shoulder so she was transferred to this hospital in Madrid.
Maintained during the night under observation, first thing in the morning, and after performing new tests, the medical team decided to intervene to evacuate an intracranial effusion.
During all the time he has been admitted, Sabina has received numerous signs of affection and support from his followers and colleagues, and has remained accompanied by his family.