A secondary school understudy is dead subsequent to experiencing a “health related crisis” during her banner football match-up at Desert spring Secondary School in Las Vegas.
Ashari Hughes, 16, imploded subsequent to going to the seat on Thursday in the wake of encountering chest issues.
She was given CPR by a medical caretaker in the stands. A defibrillator was likewise used to recapture a heartbeat, however she kicked the bucket while showing up to the clinic.
Hughes’ dad told Fox 5 Vegas that she had a heart issue and had been talking with a cardiologist however was cleared to play.
“Ashari was 16 years of age and was playing the game she adores, football. Much to our dismay this would be her last sophomore game,” the Hughes family said in a GoFundMe page.
“She was energetic, not entirely set in stone. She cherished music, moving, and bring around every one of her loved ones. She called football the genuine love of her life!
She adored hard and was cherished by a lot of people. She will be remembered fondly by us all. Hold the #7 as high as possible for her! It was her most memorable football number and she generally needed to address it well!”
“At the point when a misfortune happens, it influences that school as well as the whole Clark Region School Locale family, and we lament with the understudies, staff, and families impacted by this misfortune,” CCSD director Dr. Jesus Jara said in an explanation.
Thursday’s down would have been Hughes’ last until her heart issues died down, the family said. She was booked to have a medical checkups on Friday.