The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 54 - July 14th Reports
‘A 24-year-old veteran Philadelphia police officer died after being found unresponsive inside her patrol car Friday night.
Commissioner Danielle Outlaw told reporters the female officer, identified as 44-year-old Lynneice Hill was found unresponsive by shoppers inside her patrol car in the TJ Maxx and Home Goods parking lot off Columbus Boulevard.
The officer was rushed to Jefferson Hospital where authorities say she was pronounced dead. No cause of death was shared immediately after the officer's passing.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A Fort Moore soldier has died following a medical emergency while training.
According to Fort Moore officials, 19-year-old Pfc. Jacob T. Atchison died from his injuries following a medical emergency on July 12.
Atchison, assigned to Delta Company, 3rd Battalion, 47th Infantry Regiment, 197th Infantry Brigade, experienced a medical emergency while participating in a training event with his company on post.’ [Emphasis added]
‘An investigation will be conducted to determine cause of death.’
‘Ty Pennington was rushed to hospital after finding himself "barely" able to breathe.
The 58-year-old star has reflected on his "interesting" week that started with him walking the red carpet and ended with him in an intensive care unit after developing an abscess that grew so large it began "closing off" his airway.
Ty took to Instagram to reassure fans he is "recovering" but wanted to explain why he hadn't commented on his team being victorious on his real estate show 'Battle on the Beach.’
‘“Turns out, that sore throat I've had for the last month was actually an abscess which had grown so large it was closing off my airway. Next thing I know, I was intubated and flown to the ICU in Denver.”’ [Emphasis added]
‘According to Fort Mitchell police, the vehicle did not hit the building and the incident was a medical emergency.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Units are on scene of a crash into a building on Chamber Center Drive in Fort Mitchell Friday morning.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Dispatchers were able to tell WLWT that one vehicle has crashed into a building on the 2300 block of Chamber Center Drive.’
‘There was no information on injuries involved in this crash.’ [Emphasis added]
Sounds about right. Alright, well, your guess is as good as mine. Did the car hit the building? Who knows? Did the medical emergency cause the crash? Couldn’t tell ya.