After Paulista final, Corinthian dies run over in Osasco
During a celebration in front of the Gavião de Osasco sub-headquarters, a palm tree ran over two Corinthians.One of them could not stand it and died
Supporters celebrated in front of Gavião da Fiel in Osasco on Sunday (8)Playback / Google Street ViewTwo Corinthians fans were hit by a palm tree in front of the Gavião da Fiel de Osasco sub-headquarters in Greater São Paulo after the Paulista Championship final on Sunday night (8).One of the Corinthians did not resist and died on Monday (9) in the morning.The victims would be celebrating the team's victory with other fans when the car from Palmeirense hit people.Man is kidnapped after Paulista Championship finalAfter being run over, the Corinthians were rescued by SAMU (Mobile Emergency Care Service) and taken to the Doctor Vivaldo Martins Simões Osasco Regional Hospital.One of them remains in hospital, the other, however, could not resist the injuries and died.The driver, wearing a Palmeiras shirt, fled the scene.Corinthians and Palmeiras expose bankruptcy of Public SecurityThe funeral was held at Santo Antonio Cemetery, in Jardim Roberto neighborhood, o...
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