World Cup security guard falls at Lusail Stadium

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By Creative Media News

A World Cup security guard is in urgent care after falling from a “substantial height” following Argentina’s quarterfinal match versus the Netherlands at the Lusail Stadium.

The incident occurred at 2 a.m. on Saturday, as the hospitality village was being emptied following Argentina’s victory on penalties. It occurred immediately after the alleged heart attack death of US journalist Grant Wahl while covering the event.

Uncertain is the actual circumstances surrounding the guard’s fall, but according to a fan he fell from the upper outside concourse to the ground close to gate 30. The victim, believed to be a migrant worker, was rushed to Hamad hospital, where his condition is described as stable but serious.

The supreme committee of Qatar issued the following statement: “On Saturday, December 10, a security guard at Lusail Stadium suffered a major fall while on duty.

World cup security guard falls at lusail stadium
World cup security guard falls at lusail stadium

Before being evacuated to the care unit at Hamad Medical Hospital in an ambulance, medical personnel from the stadium rushed to the scene to administer emergency care.

“His condition remains stable but serious,” the report continued. “During this time, our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family, and we wish him a rapid recovery.

Urgently, the host nation is probing the circumstances behind the fall. During his medical treatment, he will continue to receive his full income.

This most recent tragedy occurred days after it was claimed that a Filipino national engaged to install lighting in a car park at the Sealine Resort, the training facility for the Saudi Arabia national team, had perished during an earlier event.

The worker tripped off a ramp while walking beside a car and hit his head on the concrete, according to reports.

When asked about the incident, the chief executive of the Qatar World Cup, Nasser al-Khater, created controversy by stating, “Death is a natural part of life, whether it occurs at work or in your sleep.

Fifa honored Wahl on Saturday by placing flowers on the desk he was scheduled to use to cover England’s quarterfinal match against France. Shortly before kickoff, they also displayed an homage to the 49-year-old on the stadium scoreboard.

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