The doctor who survived the attack in Pará undergoes orthopedic surgery
Doctor Daniel Sonend Proenca, 32, who survived the attack by criminals on a kiosk in Barra da Tijuca, western region of Rio, in the early hours of Thursday (5), has clarity, direction and breathing without the aid of equipment . According to the medical report, his condition is stable.
Daniel was shot three times. He was admitted to the Lourenço Jorge Hospital, where he underwent surgery on the bones in his legs, but was transferred to the Samaritano Parra Hospital in the early afternoon.
The doctor graduated from Marilia College in 2016 and specializes in orthopedic surgery.
The orthopedic surgeons were staying at the Windsor Hotel, on Avenida Lucio Costa, which will host the 6th International Congress of Minimally Invasive Foot and Ankle Surgery starting on Thursday.
Early in the morning, the four of them were in a booth in front of the hotel. At 0:59 a.m., a white car stopped, and 3 men dressed in black and armed with pistols got out and opened fire from a close range.
There were at least 33 shots. One of the criminals even returned to shoot more at one of the doctors who was trying to take cover behind the booth.
At the moment the criminals opened fire, two customers who were sitting at a table in the restaurant fled. The procedure lasted less than 30 seconds.
Agents from the 31st BPM (Recreio dos Bandeirantes) conducted searches, but no arrests were made.
Criminals kill doctors in a booth in Barra
The victim is the brother of the federal representative
One of the victims, orthopedic surgeon Diego Ralph Bomfim, who was 35 years old, is the brother of federal MP Samia Bomfim (PSOL-SP). He was taken to Lourenco Jorge Hospital, but he did not survive his injuries.
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