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They shot a referee during a football match in Tucumán: the attacker is on the run

A referee was shot dead during an amateur football match in the city of Yerba Buena, in the province of Tucumán, and had to be rushed to hospital.

The incident happened at the end of the first half of the match: Oscar Antonio Perez48, was sitting at a table resting at half-time and when he felt his name shouted from the fence, he approached.

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After exchanging words with the man, who has not yet been identified, and looking at his cell phone for a moment, the referee was shot twice.

After exchanging words with the man, who has not yet been identified, and looking at his mobile phone for a moment, the referee was shot twice.

afterwards, the attacker fled on a motorbike through the cane fields and is now wanted by the police. The organization of the tournament specified that this man “has nothing to do with the organization of the championship”.

Pérez was transferred to Padilla Hospital, where medical personnel reported that the patient had a gunshot wound in the thoracolumbar region.

“He is in therapy to be more controlled. But is still in danger. The man is under constant evaluation and is cared for by staff at Parque Sanatorium,” he told the newspaper. The Tucuman the head of the San José police station, Héctor Falcón.

The special units (Criminalistics, Laboratory, Photography, Planimetry) of the North Regional Unit intervened, under the responsibility of Inspector Commissioner Carlos Daniel Ruiz, Head of Zone II. Now they are waiting for the evolution of referee Oscar Pérez to take his testimony.

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