Argentine singer Cerati "suffers stroke" in Caracas
CARACAS (Reuters) - Popular Argentine singer and former Soda Stereo bandleader Gustavo Cerati suffered a suspected stroke in the Venezuelan capital Caracas after giving a concert on Saturday, local media reported on Monday.
The 50-year-old artist was admitted to a hospital after experiencing an "ischemic vascular event," the newspaper El Universal quoted neurologist Vladimir Fuenmayor as saying, adding that Cerati's condition was stable.
The pop singer will remain under observation for between 32 and 48 hours and will undergo more tests, the newspaper said.
Cerati's official website, www.cerati.com, said he had suffered from dizziness after performing in Caracas because of stress and exhaustion, but was recovering well.
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