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Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Shkurt 2023
In the show "Taste of Home" on TV Klan, the ex-ballerina of TV Klan, Sigi Gjini, was in a Skype relationship, who after a car accident a few years ago, was forced to give up her profession. due to the physical disability that this accident left as a consequence. She told how the accident happened and how she experienced this period of time.
Sigi Gjini: In Albania, the doctors did not give much hope for my life and the family was forced to bring me here (Germany), at least to save my life because no one knew how the situation would be further.
Katerina Trungu: They didn't give you any hope here?
Sigi Gjini: Not for life, as I was told because I was not aware.
Katerina Trungu: Let's understand the history a bit. Since that moment, you have left Albania and from the eyes of people, you have stayed away from television. People would probably like to know what really happened, how was that moment, that day?
Sigi Gjini: That evening I was in Durrës and I was on the highway returning from Durrës to Tirana as I was going to meet my friends from the university to celebrate and suddenly I can't even explain, at the moment I tried to stop, i slowed down a bit, the car started to lose control and started to go left, right and then i don't remember anything. No matter how hard I try to remember, nothing comes to my mind.
Katerina Trungu: And you come back to life, if we can say it that way, that you were in a coma, for how long?
Sigi Gjini: Approximately for 2 months, 6 weeks, something like that.
Katerina Trungu: What was that moment like, when you opened your eyes, either for the doctors, or for you, or for your parents to have the light of your eyes because you are also an only child.
Sigi Gjini: It was definitely a very happy moment for everyone, for me I don't know what to say because I was unclear in my mind, I didn't know what was happening, I saw things very differently, I didn't understand. My mother stayed in my room day after day, or when they wouldn't let her stay behind the door of my room, she waited there.