After the problems she encountered at sea, Eva Buzo stops the challenge to swim from Brindizi to Vlora
She is a lawyer and practices in Australia, but has a special hobby of swimming. Eva Buzo is undoubtedly the most clicked name in the last 24 hours in Albania because of a challenge she undertook, to swim a distance that no one has done before, from Brindizi to Vlora.
Although the 35-year-old Albanian-Australian interrupted her race today due to the problems she encountered after more than 24 hours of swimming, she is still applauded on the network for the initiative she took. Eva is now in a stable condition under the care of doctors, in the intensive care unit of the Vlora Hospital.
"Currently, she is in a stable condition, she is a little tired and has a little fever. But the indicators are normal, voltage, pulse and other indicators of the general condition. He came shivering from cold and fatigue, also from metabolism. It takes about 4 hours to see how it will continue", said among other things today after her admission to the hospital, doctor Edmond Breshani, head of Remination at the Vlora hospital.
Buzo stopped the swimming challenge just 10 km before reaching her destination, after she was stung by a jellyfish and had difficulty speaking due to excess salt. She was thus withdrawn in the last miles where she needed another 10 km to reach her destination.