Adrián Fernández, the resident of Alzira who has been admitted to a hospital in Cancún since May 5, was discharged from the hospital this Thursday and, after a few days of rest, will return to Spain next week, after being admitted to the hospital for almost a month.

This was announced by Adrián’s wife, Sofía Parada, in a message published this Friday on social networks, in which she accompanied her words with an image of her husband in the hospital.

“We are very happy since yesterday we saw the light again, Adrián has been discharged,” he explains. Now, she adds, her husband has “a few days of rest left before he can catch a plane back home.”

In this sense, the Valencian’s family wanted to thank the support received in recent weeks: “The hundreds of messages that we have not yet had time to respond to have been incredible. And the great help we have received. I don’t know how we are going to be able to thank you for everything you have done for us. We will be eternally grateful.”

Adrián Fernández had been admitted to a private hospital in Cancún since on his honeymoon trip he suffered a digestion problem while bathing in the hotel pool, drowned and went into cardiorespiratory arrest.

Alzira’s neighbor was recovered by first responders and transferred to a private hospital where he was admitted to the ICU in critical condition. The family opened an account to raise funds with the aim of covering the 8,000 euros per day that the center initially demanded for the treatment, as explained at the time by a family spokesperson. The town went out of its way to help its neighbor with fundraising activities in which numerous groups participated.