18-Year-Old Woman In The Bahamas Dies Suddenly While Playing Basketball (VIDEO)

Another young person has suffered a tragic death out of nowhere, this time in The Bahamas. An 18-year-old woman was feeling perfectly fine while playing basketball last Thursday before collapsing suddenly and dying.

Here is the full story from the Nassau Guardian:

“An 18-year-old woman collapsed and died on the basketball court at a park in Masons Addition during a basketball game this morning, Chief Superintendent Chrislyn Skippings said.”

“Police said the victim did not complain about feeling ill before she collapsed.”

“Obviously something went wrong and she collapsed,” Skippings said on the scene.”

“…We are going to have an autopsy performed to find out what exactly went wrong and why she collapsed.”

“Skippings said it was not immediately clear whether the victim had a medical condition.”

“The 18-year-old was a resident of Mason’s Addition. Bystanders were visibly shaken by her death.”

“Skippings said the matter has been classified as a sudden death for now.”

Here’s the local news channel’s report of the heartbreaking incident (at the :42 mark you can see the body bag containing the young woman):

https://twitter.com/DiedSuddenly_/status/1612594599624597505

Many people believe these sudden deaths are related to the COVID shot in some way. Trusted doctors like Dr. Marty Makary recommend not giving teenagers boosters, calling such a move dangerous.

Let’s hope the authorities conduct a full investigation into why this young woman lost her life. Regardless of your views on the vaccine, it’s safe to say these deaths are not normal.

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