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April 16, 2021

Ponta’s son, after being injured in a rugby game: I am quickly recovering myself; I hope doctors won’t have to take care of me more than two days

The son of the former PM Victor Ponta, Andrei, posted a message on his father’s Facebook account, on Saturday, in order to thank to the medical staff who cared for him and to those who thought about him, estimating that he will be discharged from the “Bagdasar Arseni” Hospital in two days.

“I want to thank to all the doctors and nurses from the Ambulance and from the Prahova County Hospital who cared for me and my colleague Horia immediately. I also thank to all those from here, from the ‘Bagdasar Arseni’ Hospital – I hope they won’t have to take care of me more than two days!” Andrei Ponta wrote.

He says hello to his colleagues from Soimii Bucuresti, wishing them luck in the match they will play on Saturday. “As for the opponents from Constanta, I will mark a lot of points as a ‘revenge’, at the next match! Good luck!” Victor Ponta’s son promised.

“I kiss my two grandmothers and my sister Irina, because I know they have been worried, but they weren’t so scared! I know that many of my friends, as well as many friends of my Mum (the brave and so tried one already at karting and rugby), and of my Dad (the one with a lot of injuries, like me) sent a good thought to me, and I thank to all of them from all my heart for this! I am quickly recovering and preparing for a beautiful holiday, as I hope all of you will have!” Andrei also wrote in his post.

Andrei Ponta, 14 years old, was urgently taken to the Ploiesti County Hospital by a crew of the Prahova Ambulance, after he hit his head during a rugby match played on Friday in the Groups of the U14 tournament, on the Baicoi stadium. Another 14 years old boy was also injured, suffering a trauma in the cervical area after he hit the son of the former Prime-Minister during the game.

He was transferred from the Ploiesti Emergency County Hospital, where he was initially taken, to the Bagdasar Arseni Hospital in Bucharest, with an ambulance of the public service, according to medical sources.



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