Recent suicides of football players have triggered multiple investigations into brain injuries and the array of consequences that players face as a result of repeated head trauma. Studies are being conducted on the corpses of deceased football players to evaluate the connection of brain injuries and mental illness, as well as the plethora of other conditions that are now coupled with head trauma.
One particular study was performed on Kosta Karageorge, an individual who played football for Ohio State University. Karageorge had endured multiple “traumatic brain injuries” (TBIs) as a “defensive lineman.” Tragically,
Relatives and friends are mourning the deaths of those lost in a devastating plane crash that recently occurred at an airport in Northern California. Four individuals were involved in the collision, including the Kruetzfeldts and the Chandlers—both couples were residents of Sonora, California. The passengers on board were relatives of one another, including the pilot and his wife, and the pilot’s mother and stepfather. The Kruetzfeldts had three children that they left behind as a result of this deadly accident.
According to reports, the plane deviated off of the track as the pilot was attempting to make a landing on “runway 17.” At approximately forty-five minutes after four in the evening,
Five individuals found themselves trapped inside a burning limousine one night while driving on San Mateo-Hayward Bridge, in California. The limo was filled with friends in their thirties and forties who were gathered for a passenger’s bridal shower celebration. The party was destined for Foster City’s Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Upon a bump in the ride, some of the women inside the vehicle began to observe black smoke and tried to get the driver’s attention by banging on the window. Screams and raging fire filled the tense atmosphere as the passengers tried desperately to move away from the back of the vehicle that was on fire.