- Eddie Garcia has remained comatose and continues to be in critical condition at the Makati Medical Center (MMC)
- It was after the accident that happened to him on-set, last weekend
- According to a report, the prominent actor is deteriorating despite being in life support at the intensive care unit of the aforementioned hospital
Eddie Garcia continues to be in critical condition after a few days of getting into an accident on the set of his new Kapuso show.
As reported by Ricky Lo of PhilStar, the veteran actor was 'unresponsive' or 'practically brain dead'. This is despite his heart functions normally.
His current condition was described as “Glasgow coma, the lowest rate.”
Eddie's long time partner, who is Lillibeth Romero, revealed that when he was brought to the first hospital, he was even declared DOA (Dead On Arival).
“He was declared DOA (Dead On Arrival) at the first hospital,” she disclosed.
She added that he was still revived at Mary Johnston and was transferred to MMC where her uncle is one of the doctors.
Lilibeth revealed that his uncle confirmed that it was not a heart attack nor an aneurism, which occurred to him.
“Eddie was revived at Mary Johnston and moved to Makati Med where my uncle, Dr. Enrique Lagman, confirmed that he suffered neither a heart attack nor an aneurism."
"I was asked if I wanted to have Eddie resuscitated but I bided my time. I might make a decision this afternoon (yesterday)," she added.
Some netizens and Eddie's fellow celebrities have been praying for his fast recovery.
In a previous report by KAMI, Eddie Garcia's blood pressure stabilized after experiencing hypotension.
Eddie Garcia is known as a versatile actor playing villain roles and eventually protagonist roles too. Before doing the TV series under GMA Network, he was part of Kapamilya primetime show FPJ's Ang Probinsiyano.
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