the spanish writer Fernando Sánchez Dragó (Madrid, 1936) died this Monday of a heart attack, they informed EFE familiar sources.
The death occurred at his home in the town of Castilfrío de la Sierra, province of Soria (center), confirmed to EFE the mayor, Joaquin Cobo.
The first to assist Sánchez Dragó were his own neighbors, including a nurse, who They tried to revive him until the emergency services arrived. consisting of an ambulance and a helicopter.
Moments before suffering the heart attack, the writer had posted a message on his account Twitter in which he was seen with his cat on his head and in which he assured: “Nano the cat says good morning to me. He knows that the secret of almost everything is in the head”.
Sánchez Dragó, who lived with his partner, was writer, journalist, essayist, literary critic and television presenterHe was a philologist by training. National Essay Award (1979) and Planeta Award (1992), he practiced all literary genres.