David Ortiz is still recovering from the fire blast he has received in an attempt to hit a bar in the Dominican Republic, and now the surgeons who initially treated him reveal how close Boston Red Sox is to death. Orcis would have been in a much worse situation if he did not get to the hospital as soon as he did it.
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Talking to The Washington Post, José Smeister, the surgeon who first visited Ortiz said the 43-year-old had suffered injuries to his liver, colon, small intestine, and mesentery membrane, which holds his bowels in place. Ortiz had also removed the gallbladder.
Fortunately, the bullet did not break into Ortiz's body, nor did it hit adjacent blood vessels like the aorta and the inferior cavity of the vein. For Sister, Ortiz could have entered a "critical phase" if he did not do so immediately: "The injuries he had had been lethal, even if he did not take care of them. right now, especially that of the liver, "said Sister. "But at this moment, do not think of death, think what you need to do." "The advantage is that he has always been steady,"
The scene of David Ortiz, shooting in the Dominican Republic
View gallery 19659012] Investigating police gather evidence at the Dial Bar and Lounge, where former Boston Red Sox David Orttis was shot. the previous night in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Monday, June 10, 2019. The director of the Dominican National Police, Nay Aldrin Bauteti Almont, said that Ortiz was at the bar around 20:00. Sunday when the shooter approached and shot him close. (AP Photo / Luis Gomes)