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Craig Warwick in the Afternoon 5: “I nearly died”, and reveals how it is saved

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Published on Sep 12, 2019

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This summer a photo posted by Craig Warwick on social had done to worry as much about his fans, but also friends, such as Barbara d'urso, that you are immediately put in contact with him to understand what was going on. In the episode of the Afternoon 5 aired on September 12, 2019, Craig has revealed what has happened, and without going too much around, he says he's on the verge of dying. A very serious one that has lived, but fortunately today is better even if at the moment can not travel and is again in Melito, from where it is connected with the study of Channel 5.

The presenter has quickly reassured everyone the fact that now Craig is better and then the psychic has told the story of his dramatic experience.

“Thank God I am here”, he made his debut in the home of a friend, a first-person recounting of the great fear lived. Craig now is better, but if it is really bad. The psychic has told: “for five months I was not feeling well, I did the analysis, I have found me in the ambulance and in the hospital and the doctor gave me 4 hours of life,” explained the sensitive English. “My heart was ready for a heart attack”. The d'urso has tried to explain in simple terms what happened. Craig has had a thrombosis, a rare that has caused a loss of blood in the gut and practically threatened to bleed to death.

“Now, the problem is not solved yet, I have to stay under control for another few months,” said Craig, who has also wanted to thank all the people that were nearby but especially the people who donate their blood, without them you would not be saved.

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