The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 21 - Jun 11th
The Philadelphia gasoline tanker, a child airline passenger, a guy in a boat and the guy that came to help him both, and more, all join together in the medical mystery tour. Roll up!
Medical emergency. I’m calling it. The drivers of gasoline tankers can only be among the best drivers in the transportation business. That guy went out. I doubt we’ll ever know, but I’m sure of it. A one-car crash. And those tankers are tough, too. I’ll bet he was going full bore — might even have accelerated, if he had seized up like they sometimes do.
‘A body was found Monday under a section of Interstate 95 in Philadelphia that collapsed a day earlier after a gasoline tanker caught fire beneath an overpass, officials said.
The sudden cave-in of part of the busy highway that runs along the East Coast from Florida to Maine created an immediate traffic nightmare for drivers. Roughly 160,000 vehicles pass through that section of the interstate each day.’ [Emphasis added]
‘An 11-year-old child died after losing consciousness on board a Turkish Airlines flight en route to New York from Istanbul, with medical services unable to resuscitate the child after the plane made an emergency landing in Budapest, news agency MTI reported.
MTI said the Airport Medical Service was scrambled to the scene after flight TK003 landed in Budapest on Sunday, but the child could not be saved despite prompt medical attention.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport officials tell WISN 12 News that a flight from Boston to San Jose, California, had to make an emergency landing Sunday evening due to a medical emergency. Airport officials say the plane landed safely.’ [Emphasis added]
Landed safely. That’s fine news.
“You almost gave me a heart attack.” The Grim Reaper surprised everybody and went for two.
4) Ontario Provincial Police say they're investigating the deaths of both a central Ontario boater and a volunteer who tried to help with a rescue effort.
‘OPP officers in Huron County were called to a beachfront address near Bayfield, Ont., at 2:20 p.m. Saturday to help the operator of an unspecified pleasure craft who had gone into distress.
They say paramedics brought a 32-year-old from Bluewater, Ont. back to shore, but the victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say a 46-year-old from Bluewater was trying to help address the situation when they had an unspecified medical emergency of their own and was [sic] eventually pronounced dead at a hospital in Goderich, Ont.
Police did not release any details about the victims.'
They say the causes of their deaths are still unknown but autopsies are scheduled for both.’ [Emphasis added]
I wonder if there’s any way we can get in there and influence the medical examiner, or whoever does the autopsy, to check for obvious routes of vaccine injury — like the spike protein, for example.
5) Fans send prayers, well-wishes to Astros' Ryne Stanek as the relief pitcher takes leave from team
‘The Astros posted on Saturday that they’ve placed Stanek on the bereavement/family medical emergency list.
No other details were available, but Stanek is expected to be away from the team for a period of time.’ [Emphasis added]
The first I heard of this it was the “bereavement list.” Now it’s expanded out to it’s full title I suppose. Hm.
‘A performer has died at a major Scottish music festival.’
‘A 49-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene after the alarm was raised at the Dumfries and Galloway venue at around 1.45pm today.
An eyewitness said a medical helicopter was called in and landed at the site around 2pm.
Police have confirmed there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the tragic death.’ [Emphasis added]
We’ve seen this so many times.
‘The ABC station in Hawaii KITV said on June 1, the South Bay newlyweds were snorkeling off the shore of Electric Beach in Oahu when the man disappeared under water and drowned.
The Honolulu Emergency Medical Services confirmed with our sister station, ABC7 News in San Francisco, that first responders transported the man to a hospital, where he later died.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The wreck happened as an elderly person was driving along Capital Boulevard and suffered a medical emergency, according to police.
The elderly driver crossed the median, hit two other cars and then overturned, police said. A fourth car was also involved in the crash.’ [Emphasis added]
9) 911 response times called into question after Solon man waits over 11 minutes for help to arrive during emergency
The article title’s maybe not quite so misleading as it seems. The man’s wife went to a City Council meeting to complain about the long wait time. Flava Flav would call a cab because a cab will come quicker.
‘"I was playing pickle ball for about an hour and a half and than I started to get a little headache. I couldn't wait so I called 911."
Seifert's wife Elise gave him medication in an attempt to help the pain, but after several minutes, the headache pain continued to progress. A call to 911 was made.
Elise recommended she drive him to a local hospital, but Mitchell wanted to wait for emergency crews to arrive. He stood at the edge of his lawn waiting for a crew to arrive, the pain worsening by the second. After 11 long minutes of waiting, help finally arrived.
Mitchell recalls, "When I got into the ER squad and I was throwing up profusely I was just saying help me God please. I got to the ER they took a cat scan and they saw that I was (internally) bleeding a little and they life flighted me to the Cleveland Clinic downtown.”’ [Emphasis added]
When headaches progress to whatever dire emergency this turned out to be in 11 minutes, well, Houston, we have a problem. And it ain’t the ambulance services.
‘A woman was airlifted to hospital following a rescue operation at Burnham Overy harbour.
She was taking part in an 'outdoor activity' event near the staithe when she fell ill.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The incident occurred on Saturday, 11 June 2023, and the Coast Guard Sector New Orleans watchstanders received a notification at around 4:19 a.m. that a crew member was experiencing chest pains aboard the S Timbalier 52 platform.
Following the request, the watchstanders coordinated the launch of an Air Station New Orleans MH-60 Jayhawk aircrew to assist.’ [Emphasis in the original. It’s an oil industry trade magazine or something lol.]