The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 24 - Jun 14th Reports
Activities inhibited by vaccination: swimming, snorkeling, driving, being.
‘A man has died in Mississauga, Ont., while swimming in Lake Ontario on Wednesday evening, police say.
Peel Regional Police said just before 4 p.m., the force received 911 calls reporting a lone male swimmer in his 60s in distress.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Police said rescue efforts involving the marine unit and fire services were attempted.
Rescuers searched until 6 p.m. without any luck. Police said they believed the man swam from McMillan Park across the bay but things went wrong when he tried to return.’
‘Coast Guard crews rescued an elderly woman who suffered a medical emergency while snorkeling in waters off Molokini crater on Tuesday.
Officials said the 70-year-old woman was found unresponsive in the water just before 11 a.m.
She was brought back to the Ocean Odyssey tour boat and regained consciousness.’ [Emphasis added]
‘No word yet on her condition.’
‘Authorities say a man died after a single-vehicle crash in Ritchie County.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Ritchie County EMS responded to the scene and administered CPR before taking Reed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead, the release says.
Authorities believe Reed, who was driving a Ford Ranger, may have suffered a medical emergency that contributed to the crash.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Firefighters took the decision to leave their picket line [to] come to the assistance of the National Ambulance Service with a medical emergency in the south of the county.
Despite being engaged in a messy industrial dispute, [those] manning the picket line in Wexford town dropped their placards, suited up and rushed to the assistance of their colleagues in the National Ambulance Service when it became clear that a life was at risk.
After the fire service’s assistance, at lunchtime an elderly man was transferred to University Hospital Waterford where his condition is currently unknown.’ [Emphasis added]
They will say no more. It turns out the second guy the Reaper came for in that boating incident two-fer, reported as a “man,” was a volunteer firefighter. Interesting bead of silence around the gap in the story where we were supposed to find out what happened. And we don’t know because the big-wig quoted in the article is “refusing to comment on the specifics of the emergency.” Hm.
Note to readers: The dates in the titles are dates of the reports, which is usually not the date of the events themselves.