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Mauro Viale died: a colleague revealed how the journalist felt during his last program

2021-04-12T02:31:58.121Z

The panelist Liliana Caruso broke down when recounting her last meeting with the driver. 04/11/2021 11:13 PM Clarín.com Fame Updated 04/11/2021 11:23 PM After knowing the news of the death of Mauro Viale , at the age of 73, numerous journalists gave their testimony on the screen of A24, the channel where the host carried out his program. One of them was Liliana Caruso , the journalist's partner, who was very moved. "I'm surprised by everything that happened. It's crazy," said the p



04/11/2021 11:13 PM

  • Clarín.com

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Updated 04/11/2021 11:23 PM

After knowing the news of the death of

Mauro Viale

, at the age of 73, numerous journalists gave their testimony on the screen of A24, the channel where the host carried out his program.

One of them was

Liliana Caruso

, the journalist's partner, who was very moved.

"I'm surprised by everything that happened. It's crazy,"

said the panelist from

Mauro, the plain truth

, who stressed that Viale always took all the necessary measures to take care of the coronavirus.

"He took care of himself a lot. He was very afraid. He

was the one who took the most dimension of the disease. Since all this began, he did not leave a single day to deal with the issue," he said.

Liliana Caruso spoke of the death of Mauro Viale.

And he added: "Over there we wanted to talk about another issue and he said

to us, who cares about this, if there are people dying? You have to repeat the care.

I was obsessed with the issue."

Caruso said that he spoke with him on Friday, three days before his death.

"That day I saw it badly. I asked him many times 'Mauro, how are you?'"

, Said the journalist, through tears.

Very anguished, she continued: "I didn't want to say it was wrong. It was very abrupt. At one point he grabbed the wall. We

even told the air 'you're not well, you must rest.' 'I'm fine, it's the vaccine. a little tired. '

But he insisted on staying. It was impossible to get him off the air. "

"When he left the program he said 'I'm going to bed from here'. That already seemed strange to me. But

the last conversation I heard was with his producer talking about Sunday's program. He

was a guy who was going to die with his boots on", sumo.

"On Friday he made every effort to do the program and he never imagined that this could happen,"

Caruso said.

"I worked with him for eight years and he only missed two days. He

had an enormous capacity for work

,

"

he defined.

Finally, the journalist broke when she remembered her last meeting with Viale: "I can't believe it ... On the channel we have a coffee machine with the SUBE card. Since he didn't have one, he used mine and gave me the money. I'm going to owe three coffees ... ".

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