A 16-year-old girl died after collapsing on the field during a flag football game in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The girl started experiencing chest problems during the game and collapsed after making it to the sidelines, according to media reports.
“She was given CPR by a nurse in the stands. A defibrillator was also used to regain a heartbeat, but she died while arriving to the hospital,” Fox News reported, adding that the girl had been suffering from a heart issue.
The Clark Co. Coroner’s office has yet to release a cause of death.
The girl’s passing draws comparisons to other “sudden deaths” and medical episodes reported by the media throughout the country over the past couple of weeks.
“With young and healthy people seeming to be dying and suffering medical issues more than ever before, many are questioning the role the experimental Covid jabs are playing,” wrote Kelen McBreen.
See the headlines below for more details:
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- Radio DJ Who Promoted Covid Jab Dies Suddenly from Rare Heart Condition
- Second ABC News Producer Dies Suddenly
- Vaccine-Pushing Former NFL Player Uche Nwaneri, 38, Dies Suddenly From Heart Attack
- Tragedy as devoted couple who ‘lived life to the full’ die within a day of each other before Christmas
- Heartbreak as Oklahoma State University student, 20, dies unexpectedly before Christmas
- Heartbreak as teenager dies suddenly during family dinner over festive period
- Nursery worker who adored children died suddenly after ‘sadness of three miscarriages became too much to bear’
- Tragedy as ‘caring and kind’ Hull mum dies suddenly just two days after getting engaged
- Saskatchewan teen Theo Gibbs passes away, GoFundMe page info
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