Manchester United legend Bobby Charlton passed away a few days ago at the age of 86.
His death spread sadness in world football, as he was the flag bearer of the English team as well as the representative group of England.
The initial information about the death of Bobby Charlton spoke of death from natural causes, however the conclusion after the official investigation presents new evidence and makes a clear reference to an accident.
According to the official investigation, Bobby Charlton’s death is due to a fall, in the nursing home where the United legend has been living for the last time.
The reports of the English press point out that the medical examiner’s conclusion is clear, citing characteristics.
“Bobby Charlton fell trying to get up from the chair he was sitting on. He lost his balance and fell on a windowsill.
It is even possible that it also hit the radiator located on the wall of the room. This fall and the blows took a toll on his health and eventually caused his death.”
It should be noted here that newspapers and websites on the Island report that staff at the institution found no trauma, but then swelling appeared on Bobby Charlton’s back and he was taken to a Manchester hospital.
But it was too late, as a few hours after being admitted to the hospital, he breathed his last.