Just an hour ago, the EFE agency broke the news that, according to family sources, the writer Fernando Sánchez Dragó has passed away this morning of Monday, April 10 at his residence in Castilfrío de la Sierra, in Soria.
The controversial novelist, born in Madrid in 1936, would have died of a heart attack at the age of 86. It seems that the heart attack would have occurred around 9:57 in the morning, at which time the Emergency services of 112 in Castilla y León would have received a notice to go to the writer’s home.
An ambulance and a helicopter would have traveled there, while a neighboring nurse tried to revive Sánchez Dragó, without success. Especially shocking is the time of death since, just minutes before – at 9:46 -, the writer, a regular on Twitter, I had uploaded a photo to said application in which he was seen with his cat and accompanying it with the phrase “Nano the cat says good morning to me. He knows that the secret of almost everything is in the head.”
Since the publication of his first work, ‘España viva‘, in 1967, Sánchez Dragó wrote more than 40 novels, in addition to translating twenty books. The writer was also known for his political side, as well as numerous appearances on television as director and presenter of different programs.
The winner of the Planet Award in 1992 He is also known for his numerous controversies – many of them on Twitter – and his physical and sentimental relationships with women much younger than him. Something he openly boasted about. The last time just a few days ago.
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