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The former Globo reporter was shot while trying to rob him while returning from Sapukai

The former Globo reporter was shot while trying to rob him while returning from Sapukai

Natalia Santos is a former correspondent for Globo | Photo: Clone/Instagram/Natalyasantos

Reporter Natalia Santos, 30, was admitted to a hospital in Rio de Janeiro, after being shot in a robbery attempt on Monday (12) morning, after watching the second day of samba school parades in Rio de Janeiro, at the Sapukay Sambadrome. Natalia worked at Esquenta! (2009-2014), from Globo.

According to the digital influencer team, which has 120,000 followers on social media, Natalia was in a taxi with her husband, in the central area of ​​the capital, Rio de Janeiro, when two criminals approached them. She was shot in the hip.

Her unidentified husband was not shot. She was treated immediately and underwent surgery to remove the artifact. The procedure was considered successful.

A note from her counselor said: “We report that the procedure was successful. Natalia is doing well emotionally and physically, and is still experiencing some pain – all as expected.” Natalia is conscious and should be discharged this week.

Influencer Natalia said: “I was afraid of what might happen to me. As a mother, we always think about our children first, but thank God, I was quickly helped and received very well by all my family, friends and work team.” Santos is also on the note.

The former Globo correspondent received support from Regina Casé. On Esquenta!, a Sunday program she presented on Globo between 2009 and 2014, Natalia worked for the country's biggest broadcaster.

“Baby! I've been praying since the first moment that you wouldn't feel this pain anymore,” Cassie said. “Even though your family is a great support network, you know you can count on us!”

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The report contacted Rio de Janeiro Civil Police to learn more about the case, but had not received a response as of this report's latest update. (fullpress)

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