“There are many shadows in what happened to my son”: the father of no peace Michele Merlo, the young 28-year-old singer who died on June 6 of a cerebral hemorrhage triggered by fulminant leukemia. “He showed up at the hospital, he was sick but they rebounded him. He showed up why sore throat persisted, the blood it came out from the nose, had headache. They told him that he couldn’t clog the emergency room, and they sent him away prescribing him an antibiotic“, confided father Domenico to Corriere della Sera.
The former student of Friends wrote her latest post on Instagram Wednesday, June 3: “I would like a sunset but my throat explodes and the head from evil. Remedies? “. Then on Sunday 6 June, after several visits to the hospital, he did not make it. The family explained that the boy” had been ill for days and on Wednesday he went to the emergency room in Vergato, but was sent home . The symptoms he had been presenting for a few days were interpreted as one trivial viral form“. When the situation was out of control, there was a rush to the Ospedale Maggiore in Bologna, then surgery and intensive care.
Meanwhile, the leaders of the Ausl have announced the opening of ainternal investigation to clarify the probably too hasty resignation from Emergency room. “I want to be clarified. Michele was our only child, my wife and I need to know if all this pain could have been avoided,” said Merlo’s father. On social media, on the other hand, there are many messages of affection and pain for the 28-year-old who passed away. Also Maria De Filippi he dedicated a long message to him recalling his melancholy, his sweetness and his talent. Talent that not even his father will ever forget: “He must have been eight years old: he with the guitar in his hand. Even then it was clear that art ran in his blood. He said: ‘Dad, you’ll see that I can break through’. And he was one step away from succeeding“Then with his wife next to him he whispered:” I’m sure he would have been able to break through. Indeed, he will succeed, because through his art Michele continues to exist “.