There is information that he died the captain of KVN team “Armenian team” Hovik Grigoryan. 25-year-old boy fell into a coma after suffering a stroke from which he never came out. This is reported by close friends KVN schika.
So, January 8, Grigoryan had a stroke. Doctors to save him, he quickly started to walk to the amendment and 21 January, the comedian was discharged from the hospital.
“Sergei did not. We’re devastated, confused thoughts. Will link up later,” – commented on his team.
A few days after discharge, the man fell into a coma in front of friends. Grigoryan was diagnosed with a re-rupture of the aneurysm of the right posterior cerebral artery. His brother wonders how doctors could be so quick to write, have not recovered to the end.
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“The doctors big questions is – how they do it with such a diagnosis were discharged,” he said.
It should be noted that Hovik Grigoryan played in the “Armenian team” in 2013, was the captain. Humorist he became completely by accident, after seeing an ad on the recruitment team. This guy was one of the leaders of the team. In 2019, the team managed to get into the Premier League KVN.
Hovik Grigoryan with the team
Shortly before the deterioration, the doctors planned to do surgery, which friends and colleagues were able to quickly raise a large sum.
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