Drama: Portuguese singer Tony Carreira’s daughter dies in accident

Drama: Portuguese singer Tony Carreira’s daughter dies in accident
Drama: Portuguese singer Tony Carreira’s daughter dies in accident

Terrible news for Tony Carreira, singer very popular in his country in Portugal but also in the Portuguese community of Switzerland. The artist learned of the death of his daughter Sara (21) in a car accident on Saturday 5 December on the’A1 motorway, in Santarém, on the outskirts of Lisbon.

Local media report that a collision between four light vehicles left one dead and three injured, one seriously. The latter has been identified as etant Ivo Luca, the little ami de Sara.

The youngest of three children Tony Carreira had with Fernanda Antunes, from whom he is now divorced, Sara had started a career in music and fashion. On November 22, shevunveiled his first EP, after several singles to success, dont «I will stay», who cumule over 3,2 million views on YouTube. In October she launched her clothing collection, Esse By Carreira, in collaboration with stylist Micaela Oliveira.

Tony Carreira blackmailed Sara with him for the very first time at l’age of 13 years.

Sara Carreira had celebrated her 21st birthday on October 21. She had celebrated the event with several friends last Friday.

Upset, fans of the Carreira family were very numerous to react to this sad news on social networks.

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