Lubbock: 14 Year Old Has Heart Attack During Football Game
Safe and effective.
Sometimes 14 year old athletes just have heart attacks for no reason whatsoever.
LUBBOCK, Texas — On Aug 31, freshman running back Zaidyn Ward scored the final touchdown in Monterey High School’s 45-8 victory over Abilene Wylie.
After the game, Monterey’s coach called a team huddle. Ward was feeling dizzy, and the coach told him to lift his head up.
“When he lifted his head up, they said that he just collapsed back, like he fell back,” said Zaidyn’s mother, Cassandra Combs. “And he passed out.”
B got clotted.
Clot shotty, 20 inch rims on my Bugatti.
He was driven in an ambulance over to University Medical Center where they began running numerous tests. One of them was a positive test for COVID-19.
“You’re having to deal with them having to shock you because your heart stops twice and they shock you twice,” Combs said. “Then on top of dealing with that, you just had a seizure, and then on top of the COVID stuff, all of this is triggering to your heart.”
He just played through COVID and then finally succumb to the virus after leaving it all on the field in the 37-point win. Sort of like when Michael Jordan played through the flu.
The mother has set up a GoFundMe where she says, “doctors [say] his heart [isn’t] pumping blood right.”
At 14 years old, yeah, this is almost certainly the vax.