17-Year-Old Illinois Boy Suddenly Collapses During High School Choir Rehearsal And Dies

17-Year-Old Illinois Boy Suddenly Collapses During High School Choir Rehearsal And Dies

Another seemingly healthy young person suddenly collapsed and then died. This is happening so often now. I am now doing almost one of these stories a day, and I shudder to think how many of these incidents are happening that we don’t know about. I don’t know what’s going on, but I can tell you that this isn’t normal, and something is terribly wrong, and I don’t know why someone hasn’t looked into this horror.

Well, yes, I actually do know why nobody is looking into this. That is the disgusting state of our country right now… and I’ll just leave it at that.

This very sad story comes to us out of Illinois. An extremely talented 17-year-old choir singer by the name of Daniel Moshi was at a rehearsal for his school choir, when out of nowhere, he collapsed. The fire department was called, and they transported young Daniel to the hospital while he was unconscious. I don’t know if he ever regained consciousness, but sadly, he died at the hospital.

Just 17. What a waste. He had so much life left. He was just getting started.

They are reporting they don’t know how young Daniel died.

Well, sadly, this sounds like so many other deaths I have reported on. It sounds like cardiac arrest, although I am not a doctor. I am speculating based on all the other “sudden collapses” that have been happening to healthy young people lately.

Western Journal reported that Daniel Moshi, 17, of Franklin Park, Illinois, died suddenly during a choir event at nearby Naperville North High School on Friday, according to WMAQ-TV in Chicago.

The DuPage County coroner’s office said it was investigating Moshi’s death. Naperville fire officials said they went to the school at 6:18 p.m. after receiving a report of an unconscious 17-year-old, the station reported.

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Moshi had been among 48 students from the state elected for the Honors Show Choir of the Illinois chapter of the American Choral Directors Association, chapter President Laura Coster said, according to the Daily Herald, a suburban Chicago newspaper.

Moshi had been seated during a rehearsal when he collapsed, Coster told the newspaper. Two teachers and another person performed CPR in vain, she said.

Moshi was later taken to nearby Edwards Medical Center, where he died. No cause of death has been released.

Moshi was a student at Leyden High School in Franklin Park, according to WMAQ.

“This loss impacts our entire Leyden community,” a representative of the school said, according to station. “Our students and staff are grieving and our focus is on their well-being. We encourage anyone who is struggling to reach out to a trusted adult and our Student Services department is available to provide support. We are also asking everyone to look after each other during this difficult time.”

He was a very talented young man. He had a voice like an angel.

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This shouldn’t be happening to so many young people. It’s time for somebody who is non-political (if that even exists anymore) to research these deaths and see if there is a common “theme”
that ties them all together.

Because it is NOT normal for healthy young people to be collapsing like this.

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