PHOENIX, Arizona. – An Arizona woman died a day after she was diagnosed with the flu last week, according to KSAZ.
Alani Murrieta, mother of a boy of 2 years and 6 months – Old man, he left work on November 26 after not feeling well. The next day, he went to the emergency room and was diagnosed with the flu.
According to Murrieta's aunt, Stephanie Gonzales, she was released and sent home with "flu medicine."
After getting worse, she was taken to the hospital on November 28 and diagnosed with pneumonia. They put it on a fan but it never recovered.
"They were trying to resuscitate her, and they tried for several minutes and they told my sister that they could not do anything else, that she was gone," Gonzales said. 19659002] Gonzales says Murrieta did not have a pre-existing condition and that his flu simply turned into pneumonia. She added that her niece never received the flu vaccine, but it is not certain that the vaccine could have prevented her death, according to KSAZ.
"Our family is devastated that it's gone," Gonzales wrote in a GoFundMe campaign to pay for funeral expenses. "We would like to thank everyone for their continued support and kind words, Words can not express our gratitude for the help we have received."