G. McConway
August 11, 2023

Parents Believe 16-year-old Daughter Died from Cardiac Arrest

Here we go again… and I am getting sick of saying it.

A just read yet another report of a 16-year-old athlete that died of a heart attack.

Callie Mitchell, who was attending a cheer camp at Texas A&M, passed away at the tender age of 16. Her father believes she "likely" suffered cardiac arrest.

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The only solace to this entire story is that her parents were able to say goodbye.

When Callie collapsed, a coach performed CPR on her, and she was then airlifted to Texas Children's Hospital.

Callie attended Morton Ranch High School and had a bright and promising future.

While at the cheer camp, she seemed to be having problems waking up, something that was out of the norm for her. Her mother stated, "If it wasn't for [the coach], we would have never had the chance to say goodbye," reported Fox News.

Her father, Scott Donahue, stated that his daughter had long QT syndrome, which brings another complication into the mix.

This is "a conduction disorder that impairs the electrical system controlling the heartbeat," reported Fox News.

Donahue is now encouraging parents to have EKGs done on their children. He stated, "For any other parents out there, you know they do physicals every year. ... EKGs are not part of a physical. ... Get an EKG."

So, here we go again… could this possibly be tied to COVID or the COVID vaccine. Was her condition triggered by a long-term effect of either of these?

I don't have kids, and I want answers as to why so many teens and young adults are dropping like flies right now, so I cannot even begin to imagine what is going through the minds of parents.

So many great kids, so many bright futures, and they are all being extinguished.

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