Jean-Pierre Adams, former footballer lost his life after living in a coma for 39 years

Jean-Pierre Adams: Former France international dies after 39 years in coma

The former French footballer lost his life after living in a coma for 39 years.

Former French defender Jean-Pierre Adams has died at the age of 73 after a 39-year coma, according to a foreign news agency.

The footballer, who represented France in 22 international matches, slipped into a coma in 1982 due to a mistake made by an anesthesiologist during a minor knee surgery and never regained consciousness.

According to reports, on the day of the star footballer’s operation, the anesthesia specialist was on strike along with other staff of the hospital and in his place the responsibility of anesthetizing the star footballer was given to an inexperienced doctor.

Later, in 1990, the two doctors were sentenced by the court to one month’s imprisonment and fined $8,890.

The widow of a former footballer had said in an interview that her husband could hear but could not see or respond to anything while the hospital administration never apologized to us despite the court’s verdict. ۔

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