The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 31
Shotted be advised to avoid: basketball, prison, being a flight attendant, being 9, swimming, hiking, driving, arguing with pot growers, driving, driving, driving, and driving.
JUN 21 REPORTS
‘Basketball player Óscar Cabrera Adames died Thursday of a heart attack while undergoing a stress test at a health center in Santo Domingo Este.’ [Emphasis added]
Well, this one deserves an article on it’s own. More than an article. This is human sacrifice. I’m not taking part in this most evil ritual ever to hit the face of the planet.
I’m not an expert on human sacrifices in human history, but I’m generally of the notion that, much like slavery, the sacrificial victims came from conquered forces. I think that’s the important element to the purposeful, worldwide human sacrifices these monsters have enacted: the symbology represents the notion that they’ve conquered the entire world.
So, anyway — Oscar Cabrera. Did he make the Died Suddenly movie? His collapse video was pretty compelling. I remember it when it happened. It seems like another world ago now that I’m thinking about it.
Oscar Cabrera was diagnosed with myocarditis after the shots. Then he collapsed on the court a year ago. And now he’s dead from a heart attack.
Here’s Oscar Cabrera explaining the situation:
‘"I got a damn Myocarditis from putting a fucking vaccine. (I got 2 doses of Pfizer) And I knew it! Many people warned me. But guess that? It was compulsory or I couldn't work. I am an international professional athlete and I am playing in Spain. I have no health problem, nothing, not hereditary, no asthma, NOTHING! I suddenly collapsed to the ground in the middle of a match and almost died. I'm still recovering and I've had 11 different cardiology tests done and guess? They find nothing. I have no cholesterol, no fat, nothing! 7% body fat 93% muscle. When they give me the diagnosis, they tell me that I won't be able to play for at least 5 months until my heart goes down again and they can't give me that medicine."’ [Emphasis added]
Good job, guys! All you vaccinated eggheads that will never read this — you need new reading material.
Apparently Oscar Cabrera comes from a well-known athletic family in the Dominican Republic:
‘Óscar, who was the nephew of the legendary and immortal Dominican sportsman, Hugo Cabrera, was 28 years old at the time of his death. According to witnesses, he passed out and did not wake up while doing the necessary medical procedure to return to the game.
In 2021, playing in the EBA League of Spain, he vanished in full play with the Cantbasket flannel.’ [Emphasis added]
Well, you contemptible, idiotic sheep — did you get your wish? Is this it? At least he was vaccinated, eh? This is the price we pay, eh?
No — don’t make me laugh. You tell the sheep about Ocsar Cabrera and they will fight you to their dying breath arguing it had nothing to do with the vaccines. Privately, some will debase themselves and quietly grumble about overpopulation while accepting the toll of the human sacrifices happening around them. They will have to suffer through their own misery alone because their side will NEVER admit that in public. In public, they will argue, as I said, to their dying breath that the vaccines didn’t kill the people they killed.
2) 'I'm Not Supposed to Die This Way': R. Kelly Claims He is 'Scared for His Life' in Prison After Undergoing Operation to Treat Blood Clots
‘Disgraced singer R. Kelly said he is “scared for his life” this week after undergoing an emergency operation to treat blood clots in his leg […]’ [Emphasis added]
‘According to an interview obtained by RapHouseTV this week, the medical staff at the MCC “botched” his recent blood clot surgery. He also claimed that he does not “deserve to die” and that “somebody miscommunicated or somebody took a guess at what’s going on with my leg.”’ [Emphasis added]
‘American Airlines flight 715 today from Venice to Philadelphia diverted today for a medical emergency. It was a crewmember on board in distress. And unfortunately 38-year veteran flight attendant Carol Wright passed away unexpectedly.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Caribbean Airlines flight BW 526 with service from CJIA (GEO) to JFK has been diverted to Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain (POS). The flight has been diverted due to a medical emergency onboard.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A nine-year-old boy has died following a medical emergency at a property in Newport.
Emergency services were called to an address in Ringland Circle at around 6pm on Tuesday evening.
Officers attend the scene, along with Welsh Ambulance Service personnel who confirmed the death of a nine-year-old boy.’ [Emphasis added]
6) ‘I’ve got to go get help:’ Friend shares details of attempted rescue of man who died in Pender County
This story is nuts. Apparently a guy, Jonathon Shackelford, was playing in the water with his young son when he went out. The story is macabre. Read it if you want. The long and short is, the guy just suddenly died in the water. 38 years old. I know his age from this article, an earlier report, which seems to have mis-reported the incident. In the earlier article, Shackelford was depicted as rescuing two children from the water, but in the later recounting, the main article for this bit, there doesn’t appear to be a rescue taking place until after the medical incident.
They brought him to shore and tried to revive him and couldn’t.
Another classic medical mystery, medical emergency, and died suddenly. And the fallout just gets heavier and heavier.
I actually wrote this headline because the website employs anti-cut-and-paste protocols.
And, well, that’s pretty much the story for this incident. The tourist was 61 years-old and “ran into difficulty” and drowned. They tried to save him with the defibrillator and couldn’t. Very sad.
‘The Honolulu Fire Department responded to two young hikers experiencing medical emergencies on Tuesday.
These medical emergencies affected two different hikers on two different trails.’
First: ‘According to reports, a hiker was unable to descend the Diamond Head trail on their own after experiencing a medical emergency.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The hiker was then transported by air to the landing zone and transferred to Emergency Medical Services.’ [Emphasis added]
Second: ‘According to HFD, an individual had been hiking for four hours before experiencing the medical emergency.' [Emphasis added]
Because of the medical emergency, the hiker was unable to descend the trail on their own.
After crews reached the individual and safely moved them to the landing zone, the hiker was transferred to EMS.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The CEO of the camp told FOX 2 a teenage girl had a pre-existing medical condition. She had a medical emergency during dinner Tuesday. A nurse they have on staff came to help her.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A teenage boy tripped and fell during the emergency, and both teens were taken to a nearby hospital. Others started hyperventilating and panicking, leading to camp staff calling in extra help. Several ambulances, fire trucks, and police cars were at the scene.’ [Emphasis added]
Forgive my smile. That is a little bit funny. Just, the picture of the group of students totally melting down and panicking. I mean, in all seriousness, I’m thinking that whatever happened to the girl was probably horrific. We keep hearing this sterile term, “medical emergency,” but when someone — especially in a group of teenagers, man — suddenly collapses — that can be pretty damn traumatic, I imagine. It’s not the same as epileptic seizures or something. Epileptics — according to my roommate in high school who had grand mal epileptic seizures — know when they’re going to have a seizure. They don’t just suddenly flop over.
Now, they say she had a “pre-existing medical condition,” but without more information that sounds like hand-waving to me. And honestly, even though it’s this crazy scene of students hyperventilating and literally falling over themselves that has me laughing a little bit, it also clearly shows they were very seriously spooked by whatever went down with the girl.
Best wishes for all involved. Including us.
‘It’s thought that the patient suffered a medical episode elsewhere and was transferred to Steyne Park for onward conveyance.
After transferring the male on board, the air ambulance took off for Southampton General Hospital.’ [Emphasis added]
‘An officer was praised for his act of kindness while helping a family in need on June 21, according to the Fontana Police Department.
At about 10:20 a.m., officers responded to a medical aid call in Fontana, the P.D. said in a Facebook post.
A mother was having a medical emergency while she was driving with her children in the vehicle. She was able to dial 911 for help and was later transported to a hospital by ambulance.
Then Officer Patrick Heusterberg took the children to a local food establishment after he learned they were hungry.
“They had a good meal while waiting for their father to respond from work,” the Facebook post said. “The father was beyond grateful and couldn’t believe an officer would do such a great act of kindness.”’ [Emphasis added]
‘Hyne, 61, was accused of fatally shooting Kyle Luark, 27, in February 2020 and partially burning the former Redford resident at Hyne’s home next to his business.’
‘Hyne told police Luark was shot in self defense during an altercation.’
Wait for it…
‘The case was originally set for trial in January but was delayed after a key witness in the case suffered a medical emergency and was unable to testify.’ [Emphasis added]
I mean… Next!
13) NE Ga police blotter: more hate-filled flyers in driveways, more underage alcohol sales in stores
Well, this is from apparently some type of news wrap-up. The paragraph devoted to the incident:
‘Gainesville Police say a possible medical emergency led to the crash of an SUV that plowed into a restaurant on Pearl Nix Parkway in Gainesville. The driver was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center and was, at last report, listed in stable condition. There were minor injuries to one person inside the restaurant.’ [Emphasis added]
Gnarly. This stuff just didn’t happen before. Cars going into restaurants. Give me a break.
Another single car crash fatality.
‘The driver, an unidentified 64-year-old man, was pronounced dead at the scene.
CHP says the truck had no mechanical problems and the vehicle had minor damage. It’s believed the driver suffered a medical emergency leading to the crash.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The body of an elderly Huron County woman was found in a vehicle that had crashed in a ditch south of Bad Axe on Wednesday morning.’ [Emphasis added]
‘First responders arrived on the scene and found a 2016 Ford Escape in the south ditch. Hanson said the vehicle had apparently struck a large culvert.
A preliminary investigation indicated the SUV was traveling west when it drifted across the road and into the ditch, according to the press release. The vehicle continued traveling west and struck the culvert. The SUV contained a lone occupant, a female driver, identified as Janice J. Becking, 83, of Bingham Township.
Hanson said it's unclear when the crash took place due to the depth of the ditch, which made the vehicle difficult to see from the road. He added investigators have yet to determine whether the driver had suffered a medical emergency that led to the crash.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Police say a motorist who attempted to drive himself to the hospital this morning suffered a fatal medical emergency en route.
The 61-year-old driver coasted to a stop near Fourth Street Southeast and South Kentucky Avenue, about 4:55 a.m. Assistant Police Chief Erik Hampton says he was pronounced dead at the scene after medics arrived.
Witnesses told police the man was experiencing chest pains when he attempted the drive. The car came to rest against a utility pole after he was overcome.’ [Emphasis added]