The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 80 - Aug 21st - Aug 23rd Reports
Football, high school, flying, driving, directing, prison, responding, dialing, wedding, parking, rolling, driving, waterslides, lying, and also ID'ing. Now with sudden collapses. It's TROME
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‘A high school football game between Miami Booker T. Washington High School and Plantation American Heritage School was halted and eventually canceled on Friday night after a player from Heritage suffered a medical emergency during the first quarter.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Medical staff from Heritage on the scene at Traz Powell Stadium on Miami Dade College’s North campus responded immediately when senior defensive lineman Timothy Burroughs-Love collapsed on the sideline. Paramedics were seen administering CPR to Burroughs-Love who remained on the ground for several minutes.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Burroughs-Love underwent preliminary tests on Saturday and was in stable condition. He was responsive and later spoke to some of his teammates. He remains at Jackson undergoing further evaluation.’
‘The New Orleans Saints dealt with a scary situation last week when veteran tight end Jimmy Graham was briefly hospitalized in Los Angeles after experiencing a medical emergency, which team doctors believed to be a seizure. He’s since returned to New Orleans and undergone a battery of tests and evaluations to determine what happened to him and whether it could be a problem again.’ [Emphasis added]
‘“I expect to see Jimmy out here, hopefully tomorrow (at Wednesday’s practice),” Allen shared. “We’ll see. But I don’t think it’s going to be anything that’s going to cause him to miss any significant amount of time. I expect him to be out here practicing with us quickly.”
That is a best-case scenario, but even the worst case scenario doesn’t seem too far away either. Allen doesn’t think Graham’s medical issue will lead to him to missing a large amount of time.’
Okay, so this is that weird story where the player was arrested.
‘TMZ Sports first reported that New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham was arrested Friday evening in Los Angeles on a couple of misdemeanor charges — suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance, as well as as resisted, delaying, and obstructing a police officer, though he was later released from police custody and the incident is under investigation. TMZ sources with the Los Angeles police department say Graham was seen “walking in the streets” and resisted arrest.’ [Emphasis added]
Who knows. We’ll keep an eye on this one.
‘SPRINGHILL, La. (KSLA) — Counselors will be at a Springhill high school on Wednesday, Aug. 23 to help students and staffers cope with the death of an 18-year-old senior.
Tarcus Hawthorne Jr. died about midday Tuesday, Aug. 22, after suffering a medical emergency while at North Webster High School, according to his family, the Webster School District and law enforcement authorities.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Springhill Police Chief Will Lynd said the teenager had a seizure, got to the hospital and passed away. “It’s just a terrible incident, especially this early in the school year.”
Hawthorne’s body will be sent off for an autopsy.’ [Emphasis added]
Imagine this scene like in a horror film or something. It would be the scene everyone remembers from the film. He just seized up and died. RIP my man.
‘An Indigo flight from Mumbai to Ranchi was diverted to Nagpur after a medical emergency on board, officials said.
According to officials, a passenger on board the flight fell ill prompting the crew to divert the aircraft.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The passenger was offloaded and was rushed to a nearby hospital for further medical assistance, officials informed, adding, however, that he did not survive.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Following a passenger's heart attack, a KLM flight traveling from Tanzania to Amsterdam on Monday executed an emergency landing at Ben Gurion Airport in Israel.
Swiftly responding, a team of emergency medics from Magen David Adom boarded the aircraft and transferred the passenger to a nearby hospital.’ [Emphasis added]
‘As of now, information regarding the passenger's condition and nationality remains undisclosed.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A Sharjah-bound flight was forced to land at Jaipur airport after a passenger complained of chest pain, airport sources said on Monday.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The IndiGo flight had taken off from Lucknow for Sharjah on Sunday. The pilot of the flight sought permission for landing from the ATC of Jaipur airport citing medical emergency.’ [Emphasis added]
‘After it was given the permission, the flight landed at the airport and the 23-year old passenger was taken to a hospital in an ambulance at 11.40 pm on Sunday.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A 21-year-old Idaho woman died Monday after a 76-year-old Pensacola woman traveling down Scenic Highway had a medical emergency and crashed at an intersection.
According to Florida Highway Patrol, five vehicles were at a stop light on Scenic Highway when the elder woman failed to stop, causing a six-car crash that killed the 21-year-old.
A mother and her three children were in the third car that was hit. None of the children sustained injuries.’ [Emphasis added]
‘"The (21-year-old) driver of vehicle 2 was pronounced deceased on scene," a report says. "The driver of vehicle three (minor injuries) and her three minor children (no injuries) were transported to Sacred Heart Hospital."
The woman who suffered the medical emergency who caused the crash suffered minor injuries, according to FHP's report. None of the other drivers were injured.’ [Emphasis added]
‘HUDSON, Texas — An officer with the Hudson Independent School District Police Department died during a medical emergency.
According to the Hudson Volunteer Fire Department, firefighters responded to Bonner Elementary Friday afternoon for a medical call. The department said they were saddened to discover that it was Officer Bryan Holley.
Holley collapsed after completing the traffic control assignment at the school […]’ [Emphasis added]
‘An inmate at the Virginia Beach Correctional Center died Monday morning following a "medical emergency," according to the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office.
Around 4:20 a.m., inmates alerted staff that Kevin Jones, 36, wasn't moving. A deputy began CPR, and medical staff performed aid shortly after. He died twenty minutes later.
VBSO and the Virginia Beach Police Department are investigating Jones' death. No foul play is suspected, a news release said, but the incident was reported the Virginia Department of Corrections for review.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Norfolk will determine the cause and manner of Jones' death.
Jones was arrested and booked into the correctional center on Sunday. Medical staff did not find any signs of medical distress when he went through an initial medical and mental health screening.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A man has died following a medical emergency while in Regina police custody in the early hours of Tuesday.
Paramedics were called to the Regina Police Service (RPS) Detention Unit around 3:50 a.m., according to a release from RPS.
Officers in the unit reported a man suffering an apparent medical emergency in his cell. He was transported to hospital where he later died.
The Saskatchewan Serious Incident Response Team is now investigating.’ [Emphasis added]
‘ST. LOUIS — An inmate at the St. Louis Justice Center died in custody Sunday night after city officials say he suffered a medical emergency.
"The Division of Corrections is investigating an incident involving the death of a [inmate] on Sunday, August 20, 2023, who experienced a medical emergency and was transported to an area hospital where the [inmate] was pronounced deceased. The [inmate] has been at the City Justice Center (CJC) since June 20, 2023. The investigation is ongoing,” Monte Chambers, a spokesperson for the city's Department of Public Safety, said.’ [Emphasis added]
12) 'If he didn't have a gun, my dog would be alive': Davie County man demands answers and change following shooting death of his service dog
‘DAVIE COUNTY, N.C. — A Davie County Rescue Squad member is facing animal cruelty charges.’ [Emphasis added]
Yep. Unmistakable. That’s the smell of fresh TROME.
‘According to the Davie County Sheriff's Office, 27-year-old Logan Cartner shot a German Shepard named Sarge last Wednesday while responding to a call.’ [Emphasis added]
So, the EMT got a call to a medical emergency, and for some unknown reason, shot man’s dog, and is facing charges for that.
And that’s about how the cookie crumbles here in TROME.
‘EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO) -- The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is recognizing the two newest recipients of the 911-Hero Award.
On March 17, 14-year-old Brianna Denney called 911 when her grandfather was having a medical emergency. And on April 3rd, 10-year-old Royalty Rosado called 911 when her mother was having a medical emergency.
In both cases, the children recognized the clear and present danger, dialed an emergency dispatcher, and guided helpers to the scene while exhibiting calm composure.
The sheriff's office said that both girls' bravery and quick actions likely save the lives of their loved ones. The situations also showed the importance of reviewing emergency procedures with your children.’ [Emphasis added]
An ounce of prevention, I always say.
‘Married at First Sight Australia star Alyssa Barmonde has revealed that there was a medical emergency during the filming of her wedding on the show that cut events "short".’ [Emphasis added]
‘"There was a medical incident that happened on set at our wedding," she explained. "So the ambulance had to be called and we had to all be separated. So I was literally inside this giant house separated from literally everyone for like three hours. So our wedding actually got cut short."’ [Emphasis added]
‘A Welsh Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called yesterday (August 20) at around 5.23am to reports of a medical emergency in Caia Park, Wrexham.
"We sent one emergency ambulance and two rapid response vehicles to the scene. One patient was transported to Wexham Maelor Hospital.”
Inspector Luke Hughes, of the Wrexham City policing team, added: "During the early hours of Sunday officers assisted North Wales Ambulance Service when we were first on scene to medical emergency in Tan y Bryn, our thoughts are with the family and hope all is well."’
Filed under: suspicious.
‘BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - Around 10:15 A.M. Wednesday, Todd County officials responded to a roll over incident involving a dump truck.
The incident occurred on Highway 848 east of Highway 79 according to Todd County Emergency Management.
The driver of the truck denied any injuries and an ambulance but was later taken to a hospital by their employer for further medical evaluation.
Highway 848 remained closed while crews worked to remove the dump truck and clean up the large mass of top soil spilled across the road.’ [Emphasis added]
Well, let’s take a look at the photo:
I mean, there are two lanes, the road is straight. I know, things happen on the road. Maybe an animal jumped out of the corn. Maybe someone was passing. Or maybe the driver passed out while driving.
Maybe we’ll find out more.
‘Idaho State Police are investigating a fatal medical emergency which occurred on 08/23/2023 at 4:29 pm on Highway 97 at mile 85 in Kootenai County.
Upon arrival, it was determined that a 68 year old male from Oregon had pulled his motorcycle over, stepped off the motorcycle, and was drinking water when he then collapsed.
CPR and other life-saving techniques were administered.
The male was pronounced deceased on scene.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A waterpark attraction in Devon popular with families from Plymouth has apologised if a serious medical emergency may have caused 'upset or distress.'
Splashdown Quaywest in Paington has issued an update after a medical emergency forced the park to close today (August 23). Police, ambulance and the air ambulance all raced to the scene at around 12.04pm. One person has been rushed to hospital following the incident.
In a statement, a Splashdown Quauwest spokesperson said: "We are aware of an incident at Splashdown Quaywest waterpark that occurred approximately 12.15pm today. The person concerned is receiving medical attention from paramedics. We do not have any further details at present, but we have taken the decision to close the waterpark today.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A spokesperson for the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust said: “We were called at 12.04pm to a medical emergency in the Paignton area. We sent two double-crewed land ambulances, an air ambulance and an operations officer to the scene. One patient has been conveyed by land to Torbay Hospital.”’ [Emphasis added]
For the lulz.
Alright, I’m not going to belabor this garbage piece from factcheck.org. It’s pure garbage; read it at your leisure. I just noticed that they latched onto the Heather McDonald incident in order to prove vaccine safety. A refresher, for those of you that haven’t seen this bit where Heather McDonald collapses and breaks her skull onstage, here it is. It’s brutal. It’s too brutal to be funny, otherwise it would have made a great punchline:
In the junk article, they state Heather McDonald:
‘[…] has been vocal from the beginning explaining that her fall had nothing to do with vaccination.’
As you can see, they’ve left a link, which debunks their absurd claim for them, as is often the case with the factcheck types. They tried their hardest down there at the lie mill, but their effort was low-quality. She addresses not being happy with the attention she’s received from the collapse — she’s actually been overshadowed by it in some instances — but there’s nothing in the article about her so much as stating the shots weren’t the cause, much less “being vocal from the beginning.”
She ought to sue them. We ought to.
Her conversation with Dr. Drew on the incident started to open his eyes to the shots, at least a little bit, in my opinion. Go ahead and watch for yourself. They discuss the possibility she collapsed and broke her skull because of the shots. Neither seem too convinced otherwise.
The part that really caught my eye was the part where they try to demonstrate the shots’ non-involvement:
‘Afterward, McDonald received a battery of tests from doctors, who said that she had no underlying condition and that the fainting spell was not linked to the vaccine.’ [Emphasis added]
I love it. They explicitly diagnosed her with ABTV. No underlying conditions, no idea what happened — and the shots had nothing to do with it. Peak TROME.
‘Medical examiners released the identity of a woman found deceased Wednesday morning in her car in the parking lot of the Ralphs in Granary Square.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies and Fire Department officials received a call to the 25900 block of McBean Parkway at 1:13 a.m., according to Geovanni Sanchez, spokesman for the L.A. County Fire Department. The call was regarding an unresponsive person, according to the log of the call.
The person found in the vehicle later was identified by officials with the Coroner’s Office as Aurora Camarillo De Real, 49, of Valencia.
“We were on scene at 1:21 (a.m.) and we closed the call out five minutes later,” Sanchez said, adding no one was taken to the hospital or treated for injuries.
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Homicide Bureau did not respond to the incident as there was no indication of suspicious circumstances, according to officials.
The cause of death has not yet been released based on the Coroner’s Office records available online, pending an autopsy.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The incident is the fourth such call that first responders have received regarding nonsuspicious deaths in vehicles this month for the [Santa Clarita Valley].’ [Emphasis added]
You don’t say.
‘Jessica Renita Hurns, 51, was discovered inside of a vehicle at the shopping center in the 25800 block of Tournament Road around 9:55 a.m. Aug. 14. Two days prior, Paul Marino, 55, of Santa Clarita, was found dead around 5 p.m. (Aug. 12), according to SCV Sheriff’s Station officials, at a parking structure near the Macy’s in the Westfield Valencia Town Center.
California Highway Patrol officers responded to an Aug. 8 report of a big-rig driver having a medical emergency on the Smokey Bear Road onramp off Interstate 5 and found Gerardo Barragan Prado, 62, of Torrance, was deceased.’ [Emphasis added]
You don’t say.