The Rise of the Medical Emergency Pt. 18, Jun 7th
A nurse from Yale, a reality TV star, a singer, a passenger on a plane, a driver, a man, and a woman all join the rise of the medical emergency
Jun 7 — Christopher J. Andreozzi, 35, who died May 23 at Yale New Haven Hospital after experiencing a medical emergency while driving that led to a 10-vehicle crash, according to his obituary.’
I left the link live in this excerpt, and if you click on it, you find out the crash was initially reported as simply a crash — kind of threw “Tesla drivers” under the bus, too:
Speeding Tesla driver killed in New Haven crash involving 9 cars, police say
Jun 7 — ‘A man who was killed Saturday in a one-vehicle wreck in Madison County apparently had a medical emergency prior to the crash, Madison County Coroner Julie Harrison said Wednesday.’
‘[The driver] was traveling north when his Ford Crown Victoria traveled off the road and crashed through a fence before striking a tree.’
‘[The driver] died at the scene, a patrol spokesman said.’
Jun 7 — ‘Singer Michael Grimm, who won Season 5 of "America’s Got Talent," has been hospitalized and sedated following an undisclosed illness, his wife announced Wednesday.’
‘[His wife] said her 44-year-old husband was in intensive care after looking "sickly" and behaving in a "fussy" way.’
‘"He was struggling with his health and lacking energy... not being able to fulfill shows," his wife said of the mystery illness, which she at a first thought was a stroke. That medical emergency was later ruled out, she said.’
It’s all quite baffling, isn’t it?
‘She said her husband, originally from Mississippi, was breathing on his own again but "remains unconscious."‘
Jun 5 — ‘Kenya, 52, suffered dizziness, disorientation and “numbness in her left arm” on Sunday's episode […]’
‘Speaking on the phone to 911, she said, “I’ve just recovered from COVID, and I don’t know what it could be now.”’
‘“They did the chest X-ray, they couldn’t find anything abnormal," she said. "And then they came back and said I had the flu. They gave me some prescriptions. All this back-to-back sickness, it’s just something is not right.”’
Nothing says “flu” like a numb left arm these days.
‘“I don’t know where I am,” Kenya said around 9 a.m. on the day she was supposed to dance on the 50-yard line. She then told production: “I need an ambulance please ... I’m dizzy, and I’m having a hard time breathing.”’
Well, sure, we’ve got a diagnosis of “flu.” Somehow I doubt a laboratory has confirmed it, so this remains a mysterious medical emergency in my book.
Jun 7 — ‘A man has died following a medical emergency on board a flight bound for Cork Airport.
The man took ill during the flight on Tuesday evening and was later pronounced dead.’
‘An ambulance service spokesman said: “We were called to reports of a medical emergency on Ashbourne Road. One ambulance and a paramedic officer attended the scene. On arrival we discovered one patient, a man. Sadly, it quickly became apparent nothing could be done to save the man and he was confirmed dead at the scene.”’
I don’t have any idea what’s going on here. Massive health problems and we’re not given any clear diagnosis. The source for this story is the Gofundme set up to fund the medical bills. This woman is completely debilitated and her family blames the shots. These are the kinds of stories that were erased by censorship. Censorship is evil and those responsible for it and for the destruction their silencing made possible must be made to pay.
‘Heather just turned 30 in Dec. She has been in a Rehab since Jan. last year. Heather was a young vibrant lady who took the COVID Vaccine. The Moderna Booster. Within 14 months, she's been on a feeding tube. She was 94lbs in Jan., Now she's at 80lbs.Heather cannot talk. She can only react to questions. Heathers medical bills keep piling up because anytime she needs to go to the hospital, she gets charged.’
The before and after photos on the VaccineInjuries.me Telegram channel are even more stark than on the Gofundme page.
And on that note, I bid you adieu.
UPDATE: A previous version had a story about the Boston Mayor’s police chauffeur. I have deleted the whole entry. I had simply read the story wrong and inferred from the title alone there was a medical emergency. Apparently it was just a car accident caused by bad driving.
Hat-tip: Mark Crispin Miller, who brought to my attention how embarrassingly badly I had read the story when I was busily promoting my ‘stack in the comments section of his “Died Suddenly” newsletter. Thanks, Mark!