A 12-year-old boy has died following a football training session in Gyimesközéplok, Transylvania. His family has told what may have caused his death.
The tragic news was first announced by the Gyimesközéplok football team Loki SC, Index.hu writes.
“Áron T. passed away today after training. The cause of death is not yet known. The incident happened at the end of training when the children were leaving. Áron got sick on the sidelines. We pray for the family, but we can do no more,” the team wrote.
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The boy is said to have become unwell after training and the ambulance was called, but they were unable to save his life. According to maszol.ro, the boy’s death was also commemorated before Thursday’s FK Miercurea Ciuc-Bukarest Dinamo championship football match, which started with a minute of silence.
The portal also contacted the little boy’s team, which said that the child’s death was caused by a congenital, hidden heart disease. According to the family, death was inevitable according to the current state of medical science. The heart defect caused a heart attack, the club wrote in response to the inquiry.
Meanwhile, Bors managed to reach the child’s family. His aunt said that Áron was a lively, kind boy whose role model was Ronaldo and wanted to play for the Hungarian national team when he grew up. The boy’s family also said that there were no signs of the tragedy. The boy went to school on Wednesday morning, returned home for lunch and went to training in a cheerful mood. During the training session he ran a lot, and after it, he suddenly felt sick and collapsed.
The coach immediately informed the ambulance service, and the doctor rushed to the field from a nearby clinic. The paramedics fought for an hour to save Áron’s life, but could not help him, the boy’s relative told Bors.
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Source: maszol.ro, Index.hu
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