The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 76 - Aug 14th - Aug 16th Reports
Shotted be advised to avoid: Flying, tennis, being 1, being 5, boating, going to the beach, going hiking, policing, being policed, taking the ferry, running, and driving. AND DRIVING. It’s TROME
I’m finally caught up! I thought there would be an advantage to being two weeks behind in reporting, since I could then “fast forward” a little bit into later reports for those “further details.” But usually, as we may surmise by dint of the fantastical aspects confronting us here in TROME, where it’s not only drivers on the road but also judges on the bench, doctors in the exam room, and just about everybody else that have fallen into some mysterious trance, rendering for us and the world some very unpredictable outcomes, the “later reporting” generally either didn’t happen at all or was just a continuation adding to the giant fertilizer pile that was there from the beginning. So, in other words, it was not worthwhile after all. Not even as an excuse.
‘A flight from Miami International Airport to Chile’s capital diverted to Panama City Monday after one of its pilots suffered a mid-flight medical emergency and later died.
LATAM Airlines Flight 505, from Miami to Santiago, diverted to Tocumen International Airport to seek treatment for the pilot, but the pilot died after landing in Panama, the airline said.’
‘The airline did not name the pilot.
“With regards to our passengers, LATAM regrets the inconveniences that resulted from this unforeseen event,” the airline said.’ [Emphasis added]
I bet the people down at LATAM are feeling all kinds of different ways long about now.
‘A flight diverted and landed at Manchester Airport on the afternoon of August 15 due to a medical emergency.
The flight NO2903 operated by Neos Airlines left Spain's Alicante at 1.07pm BST (2.07pm local time) and was meant to land in Reykjavik, Iceland.
However, the pilot of the Boeing 737-8 had to declare an incident mid-air and divert the aircraft, Manchester Evening News wrote.
The flight path shows the Neos Airlines flight was passing above Lancashire when it turned and headed to Manchester, where it eventually landed at 3.33pm BST.’ [Emphasis added]
‘This comes a few days after an easyJet flight landed in Scotland following a mid-air emergency. ‘
At least it wasn’t the pilot, or else it could have been much worse.
Can we even make it through a tournament these days?
‘There was an 11-minute delay during Jessica Pegula’s match against Martina Trevisan at the Cincinnati Open on Wednesday as paramedics responded to a medical emergency in the stands. Both women were held on court with the American leading by a break in the third set.’ [Emphasis added]
‘“Wait please,” the chair official told the world No 63.
“Someone is not feeling well over there. We need to call an emergency.” Souza was then heard informing officials of the incident over his walkie-talkie before being informed that paramedics were already at the scene.
The Cincinnati Open later confirmed that the match had been paused as a result of a “medical emergency”.’ [Emphasis added]
They say it’s suspicious. I’m taking their word for it. Apparently there is an actual investigation so we’re likely to find out more in the future.
‘Akron police are investigating the sudden death of a 1-year-old who died last week of cardiac arrest, according to an Akron Police Department press release issued Monday morning.
The child was identified as Arteyon Cannon by Gary Guenther, chief investigator for the Summit County Medical Examiner's Office. Guenther said the death is being treated as "suspicious."’ [Emphasis added]
‘Police answered a call at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, for a child in cardiac arrest in the 600 block of Hancock Avenue.
Arriving at the home, officers said they found Arteyon unresponsive and provided CPR until emergency medical crews arrived. He was transported to Akron Children's Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Several people have been interviewed by detectives who have also analyzed some evidence and are awaiting testing, police said. The incident remains under investigation.’ [Emphasis added]
We’ll see. Maybe we’ll see.
‘Tragedy struck the Woodland Acres neighborhood as a 5-year-old girl reportedly passed away following what the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office called a ‘medical episode’ Monday afternoon.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO) reported that officers were called to the scene at approximately 3:45 p.m. in response to a medical emergency.
According to the preliminary information provided by JSO, the young girl had been playing outside with other children when she suddenly experienced a medical episode. The exact duration of her time outside before the incident remains unclear. An alert adult promptly contacted emergency services upon noticing the child’s distress.
Upon arrival at the scene, officers found the 5-year-old in medical distress. Immediate medical attention was administered, and she was swiftly transported to a nearby hospital. Tragically, despite the efforts of medical personnel, the young girl was pronounced deceased at the hospital.’ [Emphasis added]
‘While the cause of death is currently unknown and no visible signs of injuries were reported, JSO has ruled out foul play in this tragic incident.
JSO detectives, including those from the Homicide Unit, Crime Scene Unit, and the Medical Examiner’s Office, have launched a comprehensive investigation into the circumstances surrounding the young girl’s untimely death’ [Emphasis added]
Unreal. This is absolutely unreal.
‘Two people are recovering Monday morning after suffering medical emergencies while on a boat in Rondout Creek.
First responders say they found one person in cardiac arrest and another person was not feeling well.
Both people were transferred to the hospital.
The Kingston Fire Department says the patient in cardiac arrest has regained a pulse and is still being treated.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A 49-year-old French man died on Sunday afternoon (August 13) after going into cardiac arrest while swimming in an unsupervised area between Vale do Lobo beach and Loulé Velho beach.
Authorities were alerted at around 6.45pm, with personnel from the Faro Maritime Police, INEM (National Institute of Medical Emergency), lifeguards from the beachgoer assistance team of Loulé Council, and the Faro Red Cross being dispatched to the scene.
Beachgoers who spotted the man unconscious in the water were able to pull him to land, while lifeguards initiated basic life support manouevers until INEM arrived. However, the man was pronounced dead on the spot despite their best efforts.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Holyhead coastguard rescue team were paged just before 2pm on Tuesday, August 16 to a person on Rhoscolyn beach.’
‘"The team cleared the beach for helicopter evacuation. We were assisted by Welsh Ambulance Service carried the casualty to the aircraft.’
‘A 20-year-old woman in a hiking group was rescued at the top of the Koko Head Crater Trail this morning after experiencing a “medical emergency,” the Honolulu Fire Department reported.
At around 9:20 a.m. HFD received a call about the woman, who had been hiking with four other people when she needed assistance.
Fire crews made their way to the top of the trail by foot and made contact with the hiker at just after 9:50 a.m.
HFD’s Air 1 helicopter was able to fly the woman to a nearby landing zone, and her care was transferred to the Honolulu Emergency Medical Services at just after 10 a.m.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The Savannah Police Department announced Friday the death of Corporal Doug “Twin” Herron.
Herron died early Friday after experiencing a medical episode while working an off-duty assignment, according to the department.’
‘A woman died in Johnston County jail custody on Tuesday while en route to the hospital, the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office said.
Kelly Naumann, 45, was being taken to the hospital after jail staff called 911 to report a “medical emergency.”
The Johnston County Sheriff’s Office didn’t identify the nature of her “medical emergency.”
The Sheriff’s Office consulted with the Johnston County District Attorney’s Office and requested that officials with the State Bureau of Investigation review Naumann’s death.
Her death came a week after being incarcerated. County records show she had been booked into jail on Aug. 8 for a probation violation.
No other details were initially provided.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The ferry between Horseshoe Bay and Langdale is more than 70 minutes behind schedule Tuesday afternoon.
"The Queen of Surrey departed 78 minutes behind schedule for the 3:35 pm sailing from Langdale (Sunshine Coast) to Horseshoe Bay (Vancouver) due to an earlier medical emergency that has since been resolved," said a service notice issued at 5:10 p.m. Aug. 15.’ [Emphasis added]
The heat. What a bunch of baloney.
The headlines are absolutely filled with stories of “heat injury.” I skip most of them because I don’t feel like fighting for each story. But I decided to click on this one and it’s as bad as I thought it would be.
They did a 2-mile run. That’s 15 minutes of exertion.
And, noticeably absent from this article is any mention of the actual temperature.
They scared people with covid by blaming shot deaths on covid. Now they’re scaring the people with the sky by blaming shot deaths on global warming.
These people are so evil. And they will not rehabilitate themselves.
‘A member of the Illinois National Guard has died after suffering a heat-related medical emergency in Mississippi earlier this month.’ [Emphasis added]
Sure he did. Or she. It’s not made clear.
‘According to officials, the soldier was participating in the Army Basic Leadership Course at Camp Shelby near Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
They had just completed a two-mile run as part of the Army Combat Fitness Test on Friday when they began to experience a heat-related medical emergency, officials said.
The soldier was assessed by on-site medics, who then offered treatment and summoned an ambulance to the scene. The soldier was then transported to a nearby hospital, where they were pronounced dead, according to officials.’ [Emphasis added]
They died after 15 minutes of exercise, surrounded by medical personnel. Anybody have any water on them? A packet of salt, maybe? No?
‘Officials say that the soldier’s family has asked for their identity to remain private at this time.
A second soldier also experienced a heat injury Saturday during the Combat Fitness Test. That soldier was transported to an area hospital and is receiving treatment at this time.
Following that incident, the Mississippi National Guard implemented a stand-down order to limit outdoor physical fitness training during daylight hours because of the extreme heat.’ [Emphasis added]
Whatever. Heat injury happens.
In general, though, the tell is this: how much of any of this injury are they — the military, in this case — blaming on the shots? Because blaming NONE of it on the shots is certainly evidence of culpability itself at this point.
These guys aren’t going to reform themselves.
‘A man was found unresponsive inside a stalled sedan on the San Diego (405) Freeway in Inglewood and pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said Monday.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A witness told the California Highway Patrol at 10:19 p.m Sunday that a white Toyota sedan was stalled in the HOV lane of the southbound San Diego Freeway at Manchester Boulevard.
Officers at the scene reported the [man] was removed from the car by Los Angeles County Fire Department paramedics, who attempted CPR but [he] was pronounced dead at the scene.
There was no indication of a collision prior to the man’s death.’ [Emphasis added]
‘ORANGE, CT — A 49-year-old man suffered non-life-threatening injuries after his car rolled over, Town of Orange Police Department said.
On Tuesday, around 4:43 p.m., emergency services responded to a single-vehicle crash on Derby Road, police said.
The truck went off the road, struck a pole near Dentree Drive, and rolled over, police said.’ [Emphasis added]
‘An initial investigation determined the 49-year-old man was suffering a medical emergency before the crash, police said.
The man suffered some non-life-threatening injuries from the car crash and was transported to an area hospital, police said.’ [Emphasis added]
‘WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI -- A crash that occurred last Thursday was caused by a man going over the median, police said.
At least two people were injured in the multiple-vehicle crash around 10:30 a.m. Aug. 10, near Ford Road in Superior Township, according to the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office.
A 75-year-old man from Oscoda had a medical emergency while driving and crossed the median while exiting M-14 onto Ford Road,, police said, adding his car went airborne and struck three other vehicles.’ [Emphasis added]
‘One vehicle flipped over, police previously said.
A person in one of the vehicles hit was seriously injured and in critical condition. The 75-year-old driver was taken to the hospital, but his injuries were unclear.’ [Emphasis added]
‘FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) - First responders are at the scene of a fatal crash on the city’s northeast side.’ [Emphasis added]
‘[A] maroon car rear-ended a silver car. An officer said the maroon car continued south on Maplecrest before crashing through the fence of All God’s Children Daycare just west of Maplecrest Road.
The driver of the maroon car was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Police believe the driver had a medical emergency at the time of the crash.’ [Emphasis added]
‘WICHITA, Kan. (WIBW) - One man was seriously injured after a medical episode led to a collision with a tree along an interstate through Wichita.
The Kansas Highway Patrol Crash Log indicates that around 1:40 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 13, emergency crews were called to southbound I-135 near Harry St. in Wichita with reports of a single-vehicle crash.’ [Emphasis added]
‘When first responders arrived, they said they found a 2017 Chrysler 300 driven by Robert A. McClellan Jr., 45, of Wichita, had been headed south on the interstate when McClellan suffered a medical condition.
KHP said the Chrysler slammed into the inside barrier wall, veered across the southbound lanes of traffic and off the road, hit a fence and then crashed into a tree.
Officials indicated that McClellan was taken to Ascension Via Christi St. Francis Hospital in Wichita with suspected serious injuries.’ [Emphasis added]
‘SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY — A man is dead after a medical emergency behind the wheel in Lackawanna County.’
‘Captain Cochrane told 28/22 News crews arrived on scene and found one vehicle struck a home and the driver was not breathing. Emergency crews began lifesaving efforts and transported them to Geisinger CMC.
Lackawanna County Coroner Timothy Rowland told 28/22 News the driver was identified as Dickson City resident 68-year-old John Jenkins. The Coroner said Jenkins suffered from a cardiovascular event while driving and was later declared dead.
Pennsylvania State Police are reportedly investigating the incident, according to Coroner Rowland.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A man is in the hospital after crashing a truck into a northeast Fresno home, sparking a fire.
Shortly after 9:30 am Tuesday, emergency crews were called to a home within a gated community on Medinah Circle off Olympic and International Avenues -- that's near the Fort Washington Golf and Country Club.
Fire officials say a truck drove through the security gate of the community and crashed into the garage of a home.
Neighbors pulled the driver from the truck, and he was taken to the hospital.
Officials believe the driver may have suffered from a medical issue before the crash.
His condition has not been released.
Officials say the truck collided with the gas meter, igniting a fire that spread to the attic of the house.
Crews were able to contain the flames to the attic space.
They say the home has significant water damage.
Battalion Chief Lupe Fernandez says crews were delayed several times because of damage caused to the entry gate-- and cars blocking the road.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Police investigating the crash say drugs or alcohol are not suspected factors.’
I mean, neither are the shots, though. Not to these guys.
‘Arlington police now believe a man killed in a crash Tuesday may have suffered a medical emergency.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Police say an SUV crashed into a tree in a front yard on Southmoor Drive near Center Street and Pioneer Parkway. The SUV rolled on its side and the driver, who police say was not wearing a seat belt, was found dead at the scene.
A relative who arrived shortly after the crash told police the victim may have suffered a medical episode but the Tarrant County Medical Examiner has not yet ruled on the cause of death.’ [Emphasis added]