Franco Rinaldi Accidente & Enfermedad (Illness)

Franco Rinaldi was ready to enter the television studio when he reportedly fell out of his car, as Viviana Canosa revealed. Carlos Campolongo, a panelist, entered the room where the political scientist was receiving assistance.

Franco Rinaldi suffers from osteogenesis imperfecta, a type of bone disease.
Franco Rinaldi suffers from osteogenesis imperfecta, a type of bone disease. (source :

According to sources, he is sore and he struck his knee during the accident. But the former United Republicans candidate, Franco was taken to a hospital right after the accident occurred. However, he is fine now, and there were no serious casualties.

Osteogenesis imperfecta, a kind of bone disease, affects Rinaldi. He needs a wheelchair and is 1.10 meters tall. A congenital bone disorder called osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) shows up at birth. Another name for this ailment is a brittle bone disease. It has no recognized therapy, medication, or surgical cure.

Franco Rinaldi Esposa 

Franco Rinaldi’s marital status is unknown to us. We have no indication from his social media sites either. He has not mentioned that he is a married man himself.

So, we can conclude that the former United Republicans candidate is a very private man. Hopefully, we will get information if Franco Rinaldi has a wife or not.

Franco Rinaldi Wikipedia

Franco Rinaldi was born in the city of Salta, Argentina, in the year 1980. He will thus be 42 years old as of 2022. He serves as a role model for those who are born with different abilities.

Franco Rinaldi is a Argentinian aviation consultant.
Franco Rinaldi is a Argentinian aviation consultant. (source :

 The University of Buenos Aires awarded him a political science bachelor’s degree. He is an Argentinean citizen. He resides in Buenos Aires, according to his Twitter name.

Rinaldi has written a variety of radio show parts. He routinely contributes to several columns. On Radio 99.9, Franco talked about the range of inexpensive flights available in the nation. In Argentina, there was a contentious discussion over the idea of cheap flights.

He also cautioned that allowing the aircraft to take off would create more difficulties than it would solve. In 2014, he published “Aerolineas Argentinas: 2000 Days of Losses,” a book on low-cost flights which he only advertises.

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