The head injury occurred when the singer fell from the stage during a performance in Madrid.
The first thing that singer Joaquín Sabina did after waking up from the operation to which he was subjected this Thursday by a cerebral hematoma, was to ask for a cigar: “I want to smoke”, said.
These first words were revealed by the writer Benjamín Prado, friend of the singer, who has visited him in the hospital and has reassured his followers on the television show More Vale Tarde, on the channel La Sexta. Prado has assured that the artist “You are already much better”, and that “he has a triple fracture in the shoulder and a bruise has been removed, but that’s fine.”
Sabina was operated on Thursday urgently after Wednesday night he suffered an accident during a concert with Joan Manuel Serrat at the Wizink Center in Madrid. While walking on the stage, a spotlight blinded him and rushed into the pit, the space between the audience and the stage, from a approximate height of two meters.
Sabina was immediately treated by toilets, who advised him as a precaution to move to a hospital. At the Ruber Clinic, the scans found a “left shoulder trauma, thoracic and craniocerebral”, according to the medical part that made public on Thursday the team that attended the artist.