The journalist and former candidate for deputy Franco Rinaldi and the deputy of Together for Change Martín Tetaz starred in a traffic accident in the neighborhood of Palermo for which a delivery woman suffered multiple injuries and was admitted to the Hospital Fernández.La mother of the girl, identified as Camila Gómez, 24 years old, reported that neither of the two involved in the crash showed up to learn about the girl’s health or offer help to the family.
The incident occurred in the early hours of this Friday around 1.30 am at the intersection of Las Heras Avenue and Billinghurst, when both public figures were returning from dinner at the Pizza Cero restaurant.There a car that would be driven by Rinaldi passed at high speed and hit the young woman who was coming aboard a bicycle. Camila shot out of her bike and suffered severe injuries. At this time, the Fernández Hospital will provide the part of the young woman who still remains hospitalized for a pelvic fracture, head injuries and several blows.
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The mother of the delivery woman who worked for the Rappi company, Mónica, revealed in dialogue with Pablo Rossi in the radio series Esta Mañana of Radio Rivadavia that, according to what she was able to reconstruct by a witness, Martín Tetaz was an active part of the accident.
In contrast, the deputy for the City of Buenos Aires assures that the event occurred when his partner had already left him at his home and that after the crash he called him to request assistance. For that reason he would have appeared at the place. However, the mother maintains from the account of a witness that Tetaz was involved in the accident from the beginning and that it was even he who drove the vehicle: “According to the witness, the car was coming at a very high speed and the driver was Martin Tetaz,” he said.
Before miserable journalistic versions, I want to tell you that yesterday a friend, Franco Rinaldi, had an accident in the corner of my house (he rammed a girl who crossed on, on a bike, against hand)
Continues: — Martin Tetaz (@martintetaz)
May 13, 2022
In addition, he explained that the police did not assist his daughter first but “became more concerned” about Rinaldi and Tetaz, whom he accused of not having communicated later. The police didn’t give her much ball, they left her there. They cared more about the man than I don’t know who he is because he never appeared, he never came,” denounced the mother of the young woman in reference to Tetaz and Rinaldi. She added: “I know this guy ran her over, hurt her and she has a broken pelvis, a broken head and several blows.” Quickly, the Buenos Aires deputy came out to clarify via social networks that he was not in the car that impacted Camila and justified himself by clarifying that said car is adapted for Rinaldi to drive it, who has a disability and moves in a wheelchair.