A healthy high school football star who was preparing for college dies suddenly

We can’t stop talking about all these young people having heart attacks and strokes and dying suddenly. It’s happening so often now, it seems common place, and sadly, it’s the “norma” in Joe Biden’s hellish version of America. However, if we become complacent, and ignore what’s going on or “get used to” it, they’ll sweep everything they already have under the rug. Here at Wayne Dupree, we’ve covered “sudden death” stories from around the world long before anyone else because while it’s very sad, and sometimes a little embarrassing, we believe it’s important to share their stories and keep you informed, And also, keep this issue at the forefront of everyone’s mind.

So, on that very depressing note, here I am again, with another heartbreaking story about a young man who went to sleep and never woke up… this time in Canada.

And he was only 17 years old…

The Western Journal reported that the 17-year-old Canadian athlete died in her sleep at the age of 17.

William Caron-Cabrera of Cure-Antoine-Label High School in Quebec province died last week, according to the French-language website CourierLaval, translated by Google Translate.

Reports said Caron-Cabrera was going to play college football for Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy.

“It is with sadness that we learn of the death of one of our own, as we read on the Laval team’s Facebook page,” the school said in a statement.

“Our deepest thoughts go out to his family and loved ones,” the statement said.

The Laval Police Department said Caron-Cabrera died of cardiac arrest in his sleep.

The cause was not suspicious or criminal, police said. Suicide has also been ruled out.

“I had the opportunity to attend William’s recruitment after the last season of Secondary 5 and then prepare for his first season in the CNDF,” said former player Sébastien Lévesque.

“I want to send a lot of love to his family and those around him, but above all to tell William that we all love him and that our paths will eventually cross again,” she said.

It’s so sad to hear these stories day after day, and everyone in Washington and the media is acting as if this is all completely normal.


It’s not normal for teenagers to say goodnight to their parents and then never wake up again… There’s nothing normal about that, and we should share these stories, and make more people wake up and think again.

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