Solange Magnano, who captured the crown of Miss Argentina fifteen years ago, was buried Monday after her shocking death on Sunday, the result of complications (a pulmonary embolism) stemming from cosmetic surgery she had done on her rear end last week.
The gorgeous 38-year-old Miss Argentina 1994, who was a mother to twins, was in critical condition for three days following the gluteoplasty procedure which took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, last Wednesday.
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Dr. Gonzalo Cortes y Tristan said that the former model arrived at his hospital with an acute respiratory deficiency.
Roberto Piazza, a close friend of Magnanos, told the AP that "a woman who had everything lost her life to have a slightly firmer behind."