The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 61 - July 21st Reports
Someone's moving up at The View. Drivers menace the roads. A prisoner, a pedestrian and a youth soccer player collapse. A child has cancer that hit like a stroke. Lawsuits underway. It's TROME
These top jobs are hard to come by in the world of show business production. And they are not often vacated voluntarily before retirement. That’s where the saying comes from: “That’s how you move up.”
‘Bill Geddie, a legendary TV-news producer who was behind many of Barbara Walters’ most notable efforts, including the long-running ABC daytime show “The View,” has died of coronary-related factors, his family told Variety. He was 68.’
But the shotted have so many coronary-related factors.
‘Geddie served as executive producer of “The View” for 17 years, launching it with Walters, who was eager to create a new forum for women of different generations to discuss issues of the day.’
Well, the show’s not going to get any worse.
It looks like our friends over at the Covid BC Telegram channel have the real scoop. Not as if we needed much confirmation, but still:
This is an update on the Martha’s Vineyard zombie pilot story. You remember:
‘The woman attempted to land the aircraft, which resulted in a hard landing outside the runway, causing the aircraft's left wing to break in half, state police said. Local police described the incident as a the plane landing on its belly with no landing gear and said the pilot had to be extricated from the plane.’
Here’s the update:
‘Officials haven't shared the nature of the medical episode [the pilot] experienced.’
I don’t know if they’re keeping it secret or if they just don’t know.
‘A 74-year-old man is dead after possibly suffering a medical emergency at the wheel, which caused his car to hit a tree in Salt Lake City.’
‘According to preliminary information, investigators suggests that the driver might have suffered a medical emergency before the crash. The medical examiner's office will conduct an autopsy to determine the official cause of death.’
‘A 71-year-old man died in a head-on crash in Gratiot County possibly caused by a medical emergency he suffered behind the wheel.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Investigators say 71-year-old Michael Doran of Ithaca was driving a pickup truck south on Luce Road when he crossed the center line into the path of a northbound semi-truck.
The trucks collided head-on.’ [Emphasis added]
Oh my God.
‘Doran was pronounced dead at the scene while the 57-year-old Mount Pleasant man driving the semi-truck did not report any injuries from the crash.
The sheriff's office believes Doran may have suffered a medical emergency behind the wheel before he drove across the center line. Neither driver was intoxicated when the crash happened.’
A long and boorish piece on the least savory topic in the world. It mentions vaccines zero times. It does link to another article with more information, namely that things are worse now than they were during the plandemic.
I’m just putting this up because we know this is happening. The shot injured are the most miserable lot. And they can find themselves in such a tangled web these days, at least partially of their own making, as often as not I’m sure, making a compound Hell.
These people are ignored, and their demise always put down to some type of melancholy, or a “struggle.” That’s a favorite.
But here, as everywhere else in TROME, we find the utter silence of the mainstream media, the health regulators, and the current medical establishment contemptible.
I wouldn’t blame the shots for any more of an increase in this category than that which we’ve seen in other categories. I would think the bulk of the rise is due to the combined effects of the destruction of the morale and integrity of the healthcare workers and system in general via these demonic shot mandates — looking at you, organ transplant department (but don’t feel alone) — along with all the other fallout from these prison planet lockdowns that have left the work of nurses a well-documented nightmare since the shots rolled out.
I’m not saying the bulk of this rise is due to shot injury. I’m also not saying it isn’t, because I don’t know either way. And, as we can see, it’s hard to draw the line these days, in TROME, between shot injury and collateral damage.
But all that to the side, a small number at least of these people are documented shot-sufferers who can see no end to their plight. We know they are part of it. They are part of this story.
‘The number of nurses who tried to take their own life in the UK in 2022 was equivalent to around one every day, new concerning data has shown.
Mental health charity the Laura Hyde Foundation (LHF) has revealed 366 nurses who used its services between January and December last year, had attempted suicide. This was a significant increase from 319 nurses in 2021.’
One a day…
‘Liam Barnes, chair of the LHF and Ms Hyde’s cousin, said: “It's clear that following Covid-19, the emergency services are facing a new type of pandemic around the mental health of their workforce.
“Our data shows that people are starting to process what they have seen and given some of the resource constraints across this sector, stress, burnout, anxiety and many more conditions are significantly heightened.”
He added: “To have over 50% of the people we support contemplating suicidal ideation in the last 12 months shows a significant tipping point.”’ [Emphasis added]
They’re starting to “process what they’ve seen,” are they? Yep. And what they’ve seen is medical torture, medical murder, and medical malfeasance. They’ve seen criminals directing their actions from above and idiots hounding them from below. And they’ve seen themselves debased.
And we haven’t even gotten to the nurses that were administering shots from the hot lots. That’s where this whole situation gets spicy hot.
‘A recent survey by Nursing Times found two in five nursing staff say their mental health is worse now than it was during the peaks of the pandemic.
Our findings showed a nursing workforce that was “burnt out” and “worn down”, with more than 40% describing their current mental health and wellbeing [sic] as “bad” or “very bad”.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A person died while incarcerated at Palmer Correctional Center near Sutton on Tuesday.
The Department of Public Safety reports that 66-year-old Michael Padilla experienced a medical emergency and died at 4:31 p.m. Troopers wrote that natural causes likely led to Padilla’s death, and that his body has been sent to the State Medical Examiner’s office for an autopsy.
Department of Corrections spokesperson Betsy Holley said five inmates have died in custody in Alaska this year, and Padilla was the first to die at the Palmer Correctional Center. Padilla had been at there since May of last year.
There are currently 470 inmates housed at Palmer Correctional Center and 75 correctional officers.
A record 18 people died while incarcerated in Alaska in 2022.’
‘A woman is fighting for her life after a medical emergency near a Boots in Birmingham city centre last night. She was rushed to hospital in a critical condition.’
‘Paramedics administered advanced life support at the scene. She was rushed to City Hospital for further treatment.’
“Never had it. Never will.”
‘A Silver Alert has been cancelled for a 70-year-old man who is missing from East Nashville.
Howard Jones Jr., 70. He left his East Nashville home Thursday in his gray Toyota Rav4.’
‘He was located Friday morning in Robertson County where he had driven. He was hospitalized there after experiencing medical issues, according to Metro police.
No additional information was immediately released.’
Not real clear what went on. Sounds a lot like Alzheimer’s.
‘Wright County should retain custody of a 5-year-old boy in order to continue medically recommended chemotherapy treatments that his parents have resisted, a judge ruled this week.’ [Emphasis added]
This story is as rotten and disgusting as it sounds. The article links to earlier reporting:
‘Keaton Peck suffered stroke-like symptoms and was in critical condition in mid-December when Children's Minnesota diagnosed him with an aggressive form of bone marrow cancer and prescribed a month of chemotherapy in the hospital.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The dispute arose a month later when the boy's health improved and doctors prescribed a two-year course of lower-dose chemo to keep the cancer at bay. The parents objected because of the side effects from the harsh treatment, and Children's alerted child protection authorities who then took temporary custody and medical decisionmaking [sic] authority over the boy.’ [Emphasis added]
Everything about this story stinks. But the worst part has to be they probably induced this cancer with the shots. This is classic shot cancer. The child had a stroke it looked like — that’s how they found out he had cancer.
All these doctors are shotted. This macabre circus is beyond words.
10) Construction worker accused of being on drugs died of heatstroke while working in hot Texas sun, lawsuit says
‘Gabriel Infante was working at a site near 10451 Fork Creek with his colleague and childhood friend, Joshua Espinoza, when he began showing signs of heat stress, including "confusion, dizziness, altered mental status, and loss of consciousness," the lawsuit states. Infante fell to the ground twice, hitting his head on concrete.
It was his fifth day on the job, according to his mother.
Temperatures that day reached a high of 102 degrees in San Antonio, according to Accuweather.com.’ [Emphasis added]
Confusion, dizziness, altered mental status, and loss of consciousness. Is that the criteria they’re using to diagnose “heat stroke” these days?
I wouldn’t be surprised. It’s not exactly baffling.
11) Woman dies after suffering critical injuries in high-speed crash involving three vehicles in Fox River Grove
‘A woman died after she suffered critical injuries in a high-speed crash involving three vehicles at a busy intersection in Fox River Grove, the police chief said.’
‘An investigation showed a BMW 3 Series and a Toyota Camry were stopped on Route 14 at the traffic light.
The two vehicles were waiting to turn left onto Route 22.
A Honda Civic traveling at a high rate of speed rear-ended the BMW, which was pushed into the Toyota, Waitrovich said.
The female driver of the Honda, who was the sole occupant of her car, was unconscious and not breathing.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Waitrovich said there was no indication the woman suffered a medical emergency and the high rate of speed is a contributing cause.’ [Emphasis added]
Okay. Well, I’ll just throw this one in here anyway.
12) CAR BLIMEY
Shocking moment ambulance arrives to deal with on-pitch emergency… only for driver to lock keys in vehicle
‘Paramedics attended to an injured player in a youth game between January 6 and Barrio Guaraní.'
They arrived in an ambulance which they left parked on the pitch as they provided medical assistance to the stricken player.
But when they returned to the vehicle they were unable to move it as the keys had been left inside.’
They link to their source article, which gives more detail:
‘[In] the middle of the game, a player “ 6 "collapsed on the court, forcing the immediate action of the paramedics, who entered the field of play with an ambulance and everything, but the small detail was that they forgot the key inside and the door was locked.
“It really was not believing the situation. The player was assisted on the grass, until he recovered more or less.”’
‘An 86-year-old driver has been transported to a local hospital after crashing his vehicle into an Arlington home Friday afternoon, police say.
According to the Arlington Police Department, a witness called 911 and reported a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed struck a home just after 1:20 p.m. in the 100 block of Crestview Drive.
APD said the driver suffered a medical episode and passed out behind the wheel of the car before crashing into the home.’ [Emphasis added]
‘When emergency crews arrived at the scene, officers found the driver pinned inside the car. Once the driver was extricated by Arlington Fire Department, the driver’s injuries were determined to be minor, but he was transported to a local hospital to be evaluated for the initial medical episode.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The St. Clair County teen didn’t know he went into sudden cardiac arrest or that the cheer coach, Amanda Bobcean, an emergency department nurse, was doing CPR, then used an automated external defibrillator or AED, on him — a combination that saved his life.’
‘And he didn’t know he had a condition called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a genetic disorder that affects about 1 in 500 people and causes the heart muscle to become thicker and stiff, making it hard to work properly, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It's a condition that can lead to sudden death.’
With no mention of the shots, all their words sound like genuine garbage.
‘I overheard, "something ... mumbling ... seizure ... something ... kid."
[…] a young teen was on the ground between rows of stadium seats, eyes open, tense, having a convulsive seizure. I quickly introduce myself to the parents, told them I was a child neurologist, and asked about their seizure action plan.
They said this was his first seizure. Dang.’ [Emphasis added]
The child recovered enough to speak after about a minute. And the story continues:
‘The next day at work after the incident, I checked with my colleague on call to see if she fielded a call about this patient. They said the child was actually admitted to the hospital for observation, so I stopped by to see them. But not before I reviewed the emergency room notes.
Remember, it was a hot summer day at the Cubs game, but our seats were actually in the shade. I think the ER team wondered if the event was really a seizure. I think they thought he maybe just passed out.
Their notes stated, "Differential includes seizure versus syncope," which is passing out. "But of note, our child neurologist, Dr. Rubin witnessed the event and told the family it was a seizure." Yeah, I guess the history of a spell is more accurate when it's witnessed firsthand by a child neurologist as a first responder.’ [Emphasis added]
Sounds like conditions of heat-stroke to me — except the child neurologist was on-hand to confirm it was a seizure before medical personnel could say otherwise.
Pretty typical. Except for the debunking of several typical ABTV narratives by a child neurologist. I got a kick out of that.