☕️💉 BONUS Friday Medical Emergencies Roundup ☙ ☙ C&C NEWS 💉🦠
There were so many jab-injury-consistent medical emergencies in just the last week that I had to move them to their own post.
As I mentioned in this morning’s post, I decided it might be more manageable to just look for medical emergencies in the most recent seven-day period: October 21st through October 26th (with one exception). I was wrong!
This bonus post summarizes what I found searching for “medical emergency” for those dates, excluding all cases outside the United States, and excluding anything that doesn’t fit the vaccine injury profile. This list is by no means comprehensive. The search engines do not search all local papers. The searches are also inconsistent, and I have to do them multiple times trying to find everything. I don’t know how many may have been missed.
Note: the deaths and injuries didn’t necessarily occur on the reporting date. The dates shown were when the story hit the media. Two of the stories aren’t about individual injuries, but I thought they were appropriate to report anyway.
Given the amount of work required, the sheer volume, the depressing nature of the cases, and the repetitive themes, I will probably not continue this. Maybe someone else could carry the torch for the regular folks.
I also decided to reserve the post’s second half for supporters. I appreciate your loyal support very much! Free readers: do not worry, there’s plenty for you too.
Sep 30. LCPD officer dies after medical emergency. Lake City, Florida. Okay, this one isn’t in the one-week period, but it was local, very sad, and somehow I missed it. Lake City Police Detective Corporal Tim Parisi, 41, died in the hospital four days after experiencing a “medical emergency” at a training conference. He was rushed to the hospital in critical condition, and never left. Tim had a six-year-old son and a four-year-old daughter. Their GoFundMe.
Now, here is just the last week.
Oct 21. Elderly man dies after suffering medical emergency while watching grandson's Highland junior varsity football game. Pocatello, Idaho. At Thursday night’s JV football game, a student’s grandparent “lost consciousness and was unable to be revived after strenuous efforts by a local physician, training staff, and first responders.” In other words, he keeled over dead on the scene.
Oct 21. Greenville firefighter suffers medical emergency. Henderson, Kentucky. A Greenville firefighter is recovering in the hospital after suffering a “medical emergency” while on shift. Early Wednesday morning, just before 1 a.m., Lt. Manual “Keith” Strode felt like something wasn’t right, and so they called for EMS. Keith got emergency onsite care and was then airlifted to the hospital, where he was said to be “recovering.”
Oct 22. Vaping Causes Medical Emergency at Disney World. Orlando, Florida. An unidentified young woman began having seizures at the Walt Disney World Resort. The attacks came during an argument between the young woman’s sister and another guest who “refused to stop vaping.” The sister said the seizures resulted from the victim’s allergy to vaping products.
Common symptoms of a vaping allergy are throat irritation, coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath.
Oct 22. Penn. man thanks officer, first responders who rescued him after he went into cardiac arrest. Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Although he can’t remember any of it, handyman Greg Yurcevich, 56, went to a Penn Township home to install a front door, had a sudden and unexpected heart attack, and spent three days in the ICU. They put in a coronary stent, and Greg was sent home two days after that with a Life Vest — a wearable defibrillator.
Greg is lucky. He didn’t have any neurological injuries.
Oct 23. Ganesha football coach Don Cayer recovering after suffering a heart attack during Friday’s game. Ganesha football coach Don Cayer is recovering in the hospital after suffering a massive heart attack during the final moments of Friday’s high school football game against La Puente. “I was dead for four minutes,” Cayer said through text messages. “Ariel saved me along with the AED.”
Don’s was the second coaching heart attack lately in the local area. Nearby Diamond Ranch coach Eric Martinez also suffered a heart attack in the closing moments of a game against Glendora on September 21st. Eric got emergency surgery and two stents.
Oct 23. Student dies after medical emergency at high school, officials say. ‘Never be the same’. Memphis, Tennessee. Ninth grade student Kingston Davidson suffered a “medical emergency” in class at his Tennessee high school and died on the scene. Paramedics and school resource officers responded immediately, but they were helpless to save his life.
School officials have not shared what kind of medical emergency Davidson experienced. Why would they?
Oct 23. Fort Moore soldier dies following medical emergency. Fort Moore, Georgia. Pfc. Cesar Gonzalez, 21, was an 11B Infantryman assigned to Alpha Company, 2nd Battalion, 58th Infantry Regiment, and 198th Infantry Brigade. Gonzalez had a “medical emergency” during an on-base training event with his company. He was pronounced dead at the base hospital. His cause of death is “being investigated.”
Oct 23. Kootenai County Sheriff's Office investigating medical emergency involving Post Falls police officer. Kootenai, Idaho. On Sunday afternoon, the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office responded to a medical emergency at the Post Falls Police Department. The article said there was “nothing suspicious” and updates will be provided “later.”
Oct 23. Every student at a historically Black college in Florida can get a free heart screening. Florida. Electrocardiogram screenings will take place at the four historically Black universities in Florida, Bethune-Cookman, Edward Waters, Florida A&M and Florida Memorial, until athletes in all sports, as well as any interested students, have been screened for life-threatening heart conditions. Because safety. They plan to soon expand the program to 170 historically black schools.
Oct 23. Driver taken to hospital for medical emergency after property damage in Williamson County. Williamson County. Illinois. At about 3:50 p.m. on Sunday, deputies began following a car near Greenbriar Road that was emitting smoke and was driving with a seriously damaged, locked-up rear tire. They tried to pull the vehicle over, but the car kept going at a low speed, even though the police lights were on and an audible siren was alerting the driver. When they finally got the driver out, deputies said she “seemed confused” and they took her to the hospital.