Unfortunate news has mourned national football. The Peruvian soccer player of the Binational, Juan Pablo Vergara Martínez, died Monday, December 2, after suffering a traffic accident on the Juliaca – Puno road, when he was heading with some teammates to a training. His companions were unharmed. Thus Peru.21 reported on the reasons for the unfortunate death of the player:
At three in the afternoon three players from the Binational team entered the Emergency Area of the American Clinic of Juliaca (Puno): Colombians Jefferson Collazos and Donald Millán, Juan Pablo Vergara – who was driving the car – and a companion.
Only Juan Pablo Vergara presented a compromising picture when fracturing ribs, which did not allow him to speak, despite this, at first he did not seem to be so serious until the Binational club, through its social networks, requested blood donors type A + for the surgical intervention that they would do to the footballer.
Then, it was announced that the state of Juan Pablo was reserved. Minutes later the sensitive death of the player was reported, who did not resist a third operation after suffering a liver injury and severe bleeding in the right hemithorax.
The fatal accident, which has plagued the national sport, happened a week after the final of the League 1.
Juan Pablo Vergara played in the teams of the University of Sports, Sport Áncash, Atlético Minero, Los Caimanes, Alfonso Ugarte, CNI, Sport Loreto, UTC of Cajamarca and Binacional. From this means our condolences to the football player’s family.