Ciro Immobile Injured in Rome Car Accident: Striker Sustains Back and Rib Injuries

In Rome, Lazio captain Ciro Immobile has been hospitalized after being involved in a road traffic collision where his vehicle was struck by a tram. The 33-year-old footballer is currently receiving medical treatment at Gemelli University Hospital for injuries sustained during the accident.

The incident involved a badly damaged Land Rover SUV, which is reported to be owned by Immobile, and Ulocal media have circulated photographs showing police on-site at the crash. The collision has stirred attention throughout the area, with concerns raised about the star player’s condition.

Lazio football club released an official statement detailing the nature of Imobile’s injuries and his current health status. The medical team of Lazio reported that Immobile suffered a spinal sprain and a complex fracture of the eleventh right rib due to the accident. They reassured that his condition is currently stable, but he will remain under close surveillance in the emergency medicine department under the management of Professor Francesco Franceschi.

The unfortunate event took place shortly after Immobile’s notable performance on Friday evening, where he contributed a goal in Lazio’s 3-0 victory over Spezia. This win further secured their position in second place within the Serie A standings, highlighting Immobile’s significance to the team and intensifying the concern for his swift recovery.</ in the best interests of public disclosure and concern, further updates on Immobile’s health and the circumstances of the accident may be expected as the situation develops.

Source: Yahoo Lifestyle UK

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