"Vaccidents" will happen, everywhere (and not just to the "vaccinated")
The other toll of "vaccination"—strokes/heart attacks that have NOT killed their victims (yet); a "baffling" surge in childhood hepatitis; and a sharp rise in what we once called "freak accidents"
The true toll of those experimental shots exceeds the number (awful though it is) of all those “dying suddenly” worldwide.
We also need to take account of all those “merely” injured by the jabs—including those knocked out by non-fatal strokes and heart attacks, and countless children coming down with hepatitis—and the ongoing “pandemic” of seemingly mysterious falls, crashes (cars, motorcycles, bicycles and planes) and drownings.
(1) Sidelined (not killed) by “adverse events”?
Two Democratic politicians hospitalized after stroke on the same day:
Sen. Chris Van Hollen hospitalized after stroke
May 16, 2022
Van Hollen blasts "absolutely disgraceful" COVID-19 “disinformation” campaign:
U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., Wednesday slammed lawmakers and pundits who have disseminated disinformation about the novel coronavirus and the vaccines that are aimed at preventing people from becoming seriously ill or possibly even dying from that contagion.
“It has been absolutely disgraceful to see members of Congress in the House and the Senate, to see right-wing talk show hosts and others-attack the credibility of the scientists at a time when it is more important than ever that American public hears the truth,” Van Hollen said at a virtual news conference that was attended by government health officials and private medical professionals.
Here’s what we know about John Fetterman’s stroke — and long-term recovery for patients like him
The Senate candidate had a thrombectomy, meaning he could make a full recovery.
May 16, 2022
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s recovery from a stroke and his long-term health prospects depend on a variety of factors — chief among them how quickly the blockage was red.
The Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate was diagnosed on Friday with the stroke, a blood clot that had blocked a major artery in his brain, and physicians removed the clot the same day.
Australian “football great” Peter Matera recovering from heart attack:
'Wouldn't have made it': New details after AFL great's heart attack
May 30, 2022
New details have emerged around AFL great Peter Matera’s heart attack, with wife Suzy credited with saving the West Coast Eagles champion's life.
The 53-year-old Matera is recovering after he suffered the heart attack on Sunday and was rushed to hospital, where he had two stents inserted.
25-year-old Italian soccer player sidelined by cardiac arrest:
lllness during a soccer match, 25 years old serious at Neuromed; soccer player in cardiac arrest
May 29, 2022
Isernia - Caught ill during a soccer match, a 25-year-old is hospitalized in serious condition at the Neuromed in Pozzilli (Isernia). The episode would have happened a few days ago.
The young man was in a sports facility in the province of Isernia for a game with friends, when he felt ill on the pitch; first aid was given to him by a doctor present on site. He was then transported to the hospital in Isernia and later transferred to the Neuromed, Mediterranean Neurological Institute.
Aphasia explained: The truth about Bruce Willis' health condition
March 31, 2022
Bruce Willis is stepping away from acting after his family revealed he has been diagnosed with a health condition called aphasia.
Both his daughter, Rumer Willis, and ex-wife, Demi Moore, shared the news via Instagram posting the same picture of the Die Hard actor wearing a dressing gown and sunglasses with a towel on his head.
"To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities," the accompanying caption read.
"As a result of this and with much consideration Bruce is stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him."
Nadal concerned by chest pain: It's like a needle is inside there
March 22, 2022
Rafael Nadal has revealed he struggled to breath throughout his straight sets defeat to Taylor Fritz in the Indian Wells final.
The Australian Open champion was 4-0 down in the first set, at which point he left the court for medical treatment. He improved when returning to the court, but lost 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) to Fritz, who became the first American to win Indian Wells since Andre Agassi in 2001.
"It's tough for me to breathe," Nadal told the press afterwards.
"When I try to breathe, it's painful and it's very uncomfortable.
"I don't know if it's something in the ribs. When I'm breathing, when I'm moving it's like a needle all the time inside here.
"I get dizzy a little bit because it's painful. It's a kind of pain that limits me a lot. It's not only about pain, I don't feel very well because it affects my breathing."
Nadal had criticized Novak Djokovic for refusing “vaccination”:
‘There are some consequences’: Rafael Nadal takes shot at Novak Djokovic over visa row
January 6, 2022
Bob Odenkirk Details Heart Attack on ‘Better Call Saul’ Set, Says He “Started Turning Bluish-Gray” and Had No Pulse at One Point
The actor, who was taken to the ER after the on-set medical emergency in July 2021, said he had a history of plaque buildup in his heart that was the cause of the incident.
February 9, 2022
(2) Sudden surge of hepatitis among children:
Doctors Baffled By Severe Hepatitis In Kids As CDC Confirms 180 Cases Across 36 US States
May 25 2022
Two-year-old Baelyn Schwab may look healthy now, but just a few weeks ago, the South Dakota toddler's health took a sudden turn. "Her eyes looked a little bit yellow. We took her to the doctor, and all of her liver enzyme labs were extremely elevated," her mom, Kelsea Schwab, told CBS News.
After doctors learned Baelyn's liver was inflamed, she was flown to M Health Fairview Masonic Children's Hospital in Minneapolis. She was eventually diagnosed with a severe type of hepatitis — whose cause remains unknown — and is still recovering at the hospital.
Baelyn is one of at least 180 kids infected with severe hepatitis across 36 U.S. states and territories since October, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most recovered, but 15 needed organ transplants and six have died, the CDC told reporters on Friday.
Scientists are baffled by the mysterious outbreak and wonder if it could be linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cases Already in North Sumatra-West Sumatra, Doctors Reveal Mysterious Acute Hepatitis Symptoms
May 14, 2022
Cases of mysterious acute hepatitis have been detected in several parts of Indonesia recently. The President Director of the Infectious Diseases Hospital, Prof. Dr. Sulianti Saroso, Jakarta, Dr. Mohammad Syahril, revealed the various symptoms experienced by 18 people with mysterious acute hepatitis symptoms.
As many as 13 of these 18 people had a fever, then 10 of them were nauseous, 9 of them vomited, 9 of them lost their appetite. Then acute diarrhea (9), abdominal pain (8), joint pain (5), yellow eyes and skin (4), itching (2), cloudy urine like tea (1), and stool discoloration (1).
"Shortness of breath was not found in these patients," said Syahril at a press conference at the Ministry of Health, Jakarta, Friday (13/5/2022). In addition, based on the gender of these patients, 9 were male, 8 female, and 1 was still in the verification process.
Meanwhile, in terms of age, patients were dominated by children, namely 4 people aged 0-4 years, 6 people 5-9 years old, 4 people 10-14 years old, and 4 people aged 15-20 years old.
These 18 cases were spread across North Sumatra (1), West Sumatra (1), Bangka Belitung Islands (1), DKI Jakarta (12 cases), West Java (1), East Java (1), and East Kalimantan (1).
(3) “Vaccidents” worldwide, in May
A Michigan ER deals with patients injured in five motorcycle accidents over just three days (Labor Day weekend):
Downers Grove couple says they're lucky to be alive after pickup truck blasted through house
May 30, 2022
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (CBS) -- A Downers Grove couple talked to CBS 2 Monday after a pickup plowed right through their house last week.
As CBS 2's Marissa Perlman reported, the couple said they are lucky to be alive after the incident.
The vehicle slammed right through the house at 66th Street and Briargate Drive in Downers Grove and went on to hit a tree near a backyard swimming pool and children's playhouse.
Police said the driver, who has not been identified, was having a medical emergency when he drove straight through the home. A woman was in the car with him.
They were both hospitalized, but are expected to recover.
Newark Police Say Crash Caused By Medical Episode
May 30, 2022
Accident involving the driver becoming unconscious, which resulted in the crash of the vehicle, the Newark Police Department reported.
“On May 25, 2022, at about 1237 hours, Newark Police responded to the intersection of East Delaware Avenue and Haines Street for a report of a vehicle crash involving an unresponsive driver,” police reported. “Officers arrived to find a very minor property damage collision between the vehicle and a sign post. EMS personnel from Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Company were at the scene treating the driver, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle. The driver was transported by ambulance to an area hospital where he was pronounced deceased.”
The driver was identified as a 57-year-old male from Reading, Massachusetts.
Boulder County coroner identifies off-duty firefighter  who died in Lyons motorcycle crash
May 27, 2022
An off-duty Lyons firefighter who died after crashing his motorcycle Thursday has been identified by the Boulder County Coroner’s Office.
According to a news release by the coroner’s office, the crash victim has been identified as Griffin Ferguson, 24, of Boulder.
“An examination will be completed and the cause and manner of death are pending further investigation,” the release stated.
Dispatchers received multiple 911 calls about a motorcyclist down in the 500 block of West Main Street in Lyons on Thursday evening, according to the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office news release.
Witnesses said the motorcycle rider appeared to have lost control and crashed into a stationary object.
Bystanders, including a physician, began immediate medical treatment, but the man was later pronounced dead at the scene.
Driver in La Crescenta crash had heart attack, family says
May 23, 2022
54 year old Gihun Kim was pulling out of his garage when he had a heart attack. Another car was approaching and Kim swerved to avoid it but ended up crashing his neighbor's yard and dying.
Man dies after he suffered medical episode, crashed into 4 vehicles in Waco
May 24 2022
WACO, Texas (KWTX) - Waco Police Department detectives investigating a deadly wreck say a 65-year-old man experienced a medical episode and crashed into four parked and unoccupied vehicles.
Waco Fire Department firefighters had to pull the man and his 83-year-old female passenger out of the car. Both were rushed to a hospital, where the man was pronounced dead. The woman suffered “possible major injuries,” police said.
The wreck happened shortly before 10 a.m. on May 23 near the 1200 Block of Elm Street.
An autopsy was ordered for the man, and this investigation is ongoing. He was not identified by police.
1 dead after medical emergency that causes Highland County crash
May 15, 2022
HIGHLAND COUNTY, Ohio (WKRC) - A traffic crash occurred near Martinsburg Road in Highland County involving a deceased male.
Wilmington Highway Patrol received a call about a crash at 4:27 p.m. on Saturday.
Steven Shelton, 61, was found unresponsive in the vehicle.
Officials say that the car Shelton was operating drifted off the side of the road, hitting a guardrail and utility pole.
Shelton was pronounced dead at the scene.
The coroner's office confirmed that Shelton died of medical reasons, not from the crash.
The crash remains under investigation.
Small plane crash lands on SUV on Miami bridge, 1 killed, 6 injured
May 15, 2022
A small plane crashed landed on an SUV car on a Miami bridge in US on Sunday afternoon, killing a person on the spot and leaving six injured. A video of the incident has gone viral on social media.
The clip that went viral on Twitter showed smoke and fire rising from the wreckage at 108 Street and Collins Avenue near Haulover Beach.
School bus crash: 2 hospitalized after driver experiences medical episode, Chicago police say
May 14, 2022
CHICAGO (WLS) -- Two people were hospitalized after a multi-vehicle crash involving a school bus happened on Friday afternoon, the Chicago Police Department said.
A man was driving a school bus in the 5700 block of DuSable Lake Shore Drive on Chicago's South Side when he experienced a medical episode at about 4:49 p.m., police said. Multiple vehicles were struck.
The bus driver and a woman were hospitalized, police said. No other injuries were reported.
Man dies after suffering a heart attack and crashing a truck against a fence in Culiacán
May 18, 2022
CULIACÁN. [Mexico]_ A brick seller ended up crashing into the old Municipal Police booth of Colonia Lombardo Toledano, after suffering a heart attack while driving.
The deceased was identified as Martín "N", 59 years old, a resident of Colonia Los Mezcales.
The events were recorded around 7:00 a.m. this Wednesday, when the person was driving in a Torton-type truck loaded with bricks along Álvaro Obregón Avenue and when crossing Martiniano Romero Street, he hit the old police station in the popular sector.
The person who accompanied him told the authorities that Martín was driving when he suddenly put his hands to his chest and then fainted.
Man seriously injured in Shoebury beachfront medical incident after falling down stairs
May 15, 2022
A man has been seriously injured after he tripped and fell down steps at a beachfront in Shoebury on Friday night (May 13). The incident happened at Rampart Terrance, Shoebury East Beach, where HM Coastguard Southend came to the scene at 11.50 pm.
The man had a suspected broken leg or pelvis as well as a seizure and lost feeling below his waist after falling from the beach huts above high water lines and onto the concrete pathway below. He called 999 and asked for an ambulance and HM Coastguard before giving an estimated location of Rampart Terrance.
Coastguard officers located the casualty lying on the ground in the dark as they talked to operators from the East of England Ambulance Services. They made sure the man was comfortable while waiting for paramedics to arrive on the scene.
The man had a small seizure dog with him when he fell, which coastguard officers were only too happy to keep an eye on and make friends with. The coastguard officers helped paramedics as they assessed the casualty and then assist with carrying him on the stretcher to wait for an ambulance.
Tragic car accident: Motorcycle driver failed to drive, crashed into a tree
May 28, 2022
The accident happened at about 6.47 pm, the police from Senec intervened on the spot. “The driver of the Enduro motorcycle rode on the local road on Dunajská Street from Lake Zelená voda towards the village of Most pri Bratislave. During the crash, the 46-year-old driver suffered injuries incompatible with his life, which, according to Šimková, he suffered on the spot. “The traffic accident in question is under investigation,” the Bratislava regional spokeswoman concluded. Photo gallery (2) Source: Facebook / Police of the Slovak Republic – Bratislava regio
“There was no more pulse”: in a school in Yuzhnouralsk, a life safety teacher saved a child whose heart had stopped
May 20, 2022
In the Chelyabinsk region, OBZh teacher Konstantin Pugach saved a child whose heart had stopped. The incident happened on Monday, May 16, at school No. 6 in Yuzhnouralsk. Now the boy is fine. School director Antonina Ustinova told 74.RU how the tragedy was avoided.
The incident happened at recess after the third lesson.
A fifth grader, 12 years old boy, was descending from the second floor and at some point went limp. Unconscious, he fell on the steps, hit [his head]. Next came the deputy director of the AHS, he picked him up, put him down, and classmates quickly called Konstantin Aleksandrovich. When he ran, the child already had no pulse, he turned black, said the head of the school. He immediately began resuscitation, he has this knowledge: both chest compressions and artificial respiration. If it wasn't for him... Our women teachers don't have such skills. And slowly the boy turned pink, began to breathe. Naturally, they immediately called an ambulance, when she arrived, he was already breathing.
There is a doctor at the school, but the guys first of all ran after the life safety teacher.
The doctor came up when the child had already turned pink. She came with an oxygen bag, gave him oxygen. When he came to his senses, he began to cry, he did not understand where he was. Then the ambulance drove up, we put him on a stretcher, and they took him away.
The fifth grader spent all these days in the hospital, he was examined.
“Today he is already being discharged, everything seems to be fine,” the director added. “Saved the boy, that's good.”
Andrew Symonds, Former Australian All-rounder, Dies in Car Accident
May 15, 2022
Andrew Symonds, the former Australian all-rounder, and a key member of the One-day international Australian side that won successive World Cups died in a car crash just around midnight in Townsville, Queensland on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday. Andrew Symonds was 46. “Early information indicates, shortly after 11 pm, the car was being driven on Hervey Range Road, near Alice River Bridge when it left the roadway and rolled. Emergency services attempted to revive the 46-year-old driver and sole occupant, however, he died of his injuries. The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating,” said a Police statement.
Nine from Italy:
Driver in his 30s suffers medical episode and crashes into lorry
May 19, 2022
A driver suffered a medical episode and crashed into a lorry.
At around 12.45pm today, Thursday, May 19, officers were called to a report of a crash on Gorsey Lane in Litherland involving a blue Hyundai and a lorry. It is believed the driver of the vehicle - a man in his 30s - was taken to hospital after suffering a medical episode.
Accident in via Roma: truck ends up in the construction site of the hospital
May 16, 2022
A truck, for reasons that are being ascertained by the police (in the first reconstruction, an illness or a fall asleep of the driver are not excluded), fell in the construction site area below via Roma, in Aosta, after colliding with a regional administration van on the stretch arriving at the roundabout with viale Ginevra.
The accident occurred today, Monday 16 May, at lunchtime, with heavy vehicle traffic increasing in the area following the closure of the Aostan ring road. The driver of the vehicle, a 44-year-old Italian, was transported to the hospital by 118: conscious since the arrival of the rescue, he was hospitalized in emergency medicine for a polycontusion (the prognosis about ten days).
The employee of the Agriculture Department at the wheel of the crashed vehicle was also sent to check in the emergency room: he has yet to complete the diagnostics, but does not cause concern to the doctors. The State and Local Police intervened on the spot, with various patrols, also to collect the testimonies useful for reconstructing the dynamics of the incident. The road network was disturbed, with some slowdowns. For the safety and the removal of the vehicle, the fire brigade worked.
Accident in Caprino, car overturns: one dead
May 30, 2022
Another tragedy on the Veronese roads, after the one that yesterday saw the death of a 57-year-old woman in the front in Valpantena, on the provincial road 6 of the Lessini. This time the accident happened at the first light of dawn in Caprino Veronese: according to the first information around 5.30 a car overturned, for reasons yet to be ascertained, while traveling along the provincial road 8, at the intersection with via San Rocco.
Rescue from Suem 118 was immediate: the health workers, who intervened with an ambulance and self-medications, were unable to do anything for the driver of the overturned car, who died on the spot. Firefighters and carabinieri were also present at the scene of the accident.
Sudden illness for the driver of the school bus, half makes a flight of twenty meters
May 18, 2022
Tragedy touched on in Via Benedicenti in La Spezia for the exit from the street of a school bus on board which was traveling a driver, a fifty-year-old ATC employee and the companion. Both were hospitalized in red code, for dynamics, at Sant'Andrea della Spezia. In these hours, new details have emerged on what happened and a malfunction of the new vehicle, a few weeks on the road and which is one of those used in the school services agreed with the Municipality of La Spezia, should be excluded. All these elements are being investigated by the local police.
It was just after 9 when the vehicle proceeded on Via Benedicenti after having accompanied the children to school, which is why only the two adults were present on the vehicle. The school bus had recently left the institute, the driver and the escort were preparing to return to the city when the man driving was struck by a sudden illness. He would lose consciousness for a few dramatic moments. The vehicle proceeded downhill and towards the city center, just above Piazzale Ferro.
The school bus went off the road making a flight of twenty meters and the presence of the acacias partially arrested the fall. The vehicle ended up on its side, the driver also hit his head while the escort, in shock, reported some bruises. Someone managed to raise the alarm and a few minutes later the Fire Brigade, the local Police, the State Police, the Carabinieri, the 118 with Delta 1, the ambulances of the Public assistance of La Spezia and of the Public assistance were present on the spot.
The firefighters proceeded to extract the wounded from the carcass of the vehicle, which was destroyed. They entered through the tailgate and through a spinal stretcher they pulled out the man and the woman then entrusted to the care of the rescuers who stabilized them and transferred them, as mentioned, in red code to Sant'Andrea della Spezia. The health conditions of both wounded are improving.
The road where the accident occurred remained closed for the entire duration of the interventions. Removal of the vehicle was completed in the late morning.
Sudden heart attack, tourist found lifeless on the shore in Caorle: saved by lifeguards
May 19, 2022
They found him lifeless on the shore of Caorle, a 60-year-old German is saved in extremis by rescuers. The German tourist who was rescued on the shore owes his life to the lifeguards on duty on the Pra delle Torri coast and to the health workers at the first aid point in Caorle.
The man was struck by a heart attack, collapsing on the coast. The lifeguards noticed this and immediately came to the rescue. Alerted on 118, the lifeguards unloaded their defibrillator keeping the 60-year-old German alive. A little later the doctors arrived with the doctor from Caorle who in turn activated the defibrillator, managing to make the man recover between the eyes of family members, arrived in a hurry after noticing the hustle and bustle. Health workers from Treviso also arrived on the coast by helicopter and transferred the patient to the hospital in San Donà. The man was saved from certain death.
Woman has an illness at the refuge: night aid at Mussels
May 22, 2022
Coazze - An intervention by the Piedmontese Alpine and Speleological Rescue at the Balma refuge, municipality of Coazze (To), ended around 9 am on Sunday 22 May. The alarm was raised around 11 pm yesterday for a woman, a guest of the facility, who was feeling ill. A team of technicians climbed on foot and gave her first aid, agreeing with the 118 operations center to wait for the morning to evacuate the patient with the Regional Helicopter Rescue Service. The technicians watched the woman all night, monitoring her health conditions and this morning they supported the helicopter team for recovery.
He collapses to the ground on the street while riding his bike: 52 years old hit by an illness, he is very serious
May 22, 2022
A 52-year-old from Mirano struck by a sudden illness while he was engaged in an excursion on a bicycle with some passionate companions is hospitalized in serious condition at the Treviso hospital. The first aid of the friends who immediately helped him by starting to practice heart massage and the timely arrival of the Suem 118 avoided the worst.
It happened yesterday morning in the hamlet of Biadene. MM had started shortly before from Mirano (Venice) with a group of cyclists for a trip in the Treviso area. They reached the Montebelluna hamlet around 9. While they were walking along via Emilio Bongioanni, the 52-year-old felt ill, probably suffering from a heart attack. His companions saw him lose control of his bicycle and fall to the ground. The man was unconscious and was in cardiac arrest. They didn't waste a second of time and started practicing heart massage while in the meantime someone sent the request for help to Suem 118, who intervened by ambulance and self-medicated. The resuscitation maneuvers then took over the doctors who managed to restart the heart. In the meantime, given the gravity of the situation, the helicopter that had landed not far away had also taken off. The cyclist was thus transported to Ca 'Foncello in code 3. He was hospitalized in the intensive care unit in a reserved prognosis.
An 11-year-old with cerebral hemorrhage
May 23, 2022
Dramatic Sunday for a family from Colliano. Their 11-year-old daughter had sudden illness, vomiting, inability to express herself. She seemed in a daze. Without wasting time, she was immediately put in the car and transported to Oliveto Citra, at the San Francesco d'Assisi hospital.
In front of the doctors already alerted, the little girl arrived and all the operations and tests were performed to understand what was happening. Despite her very young age, the girl had a cerebral hemorrhage. In the emergency room, together with the resuscitation doctors, the child was stabilized by saving her and then she was transported urgently, with a helicopter rescue, to the Santobono in Naples.
Bari, sickness in the water in Pane e Pomodoro: 40 years old saved by boys with a board from Sup
May 16, 2022
Episode with a happy ending yesterday afternoon, May 15, at sunset on the well-known beach of Pane e Pomodoro in Bari. While bathing at the breakwater, a 40-year-old fell ill. Some guys who were practicing Sup (stand up paddle, a sport in which you stand on a board and move with a paddle) noticed this and immediately intervened and helped the man by bringing him back to shore with their table. Once on the beach, the boys also practiced a life-saving maneuver, waiting for help from 118 and the Port Authority.
Just found out that my OB/Gyn, Jay Goldberg, a renown doctor here in Los Angeles, died on a biking trail on Sunday from a "massive heart attack." He was in excellent shape and very active with no health conditions. He was only 53. He was beloved by all of his patients. Salt of the earth. Still, no one is questioning the vax or these bizarre and unjustified occurrences.
Driving accidents every day all day here in my smaller town. As well as life star. I literally worry about Planes falling out of the sky.