17-Year-Old Girl Dies of Cardiac Arrest after 2nd Covid Vax

A 17-year-old Michigan girl has tragically died shortly after she received a second dose of Pfizer’s Covid mRNA shot, her devasted family has revealed.

Aubrynn Grundy from Livonia, Michigan suffered a massive followed by multiple severe complications which ultimately resulted in her untimely death.

Shanna Carroll, Aubrynn’s heartbroken mother, is now speaking out to warn the public about the deadly side effects of the injections.

The teenager, who was described as being in perfect health, died in August 2022, less than two months after she received her second dose of the Pfizer shot.

“She was a girly and hippie kid who loved flowy outfits, music, and she really especially loved art,” Shanna Carroll told The Defender.

“She was shy but brave, and she wanted to work in human rights.”

Aubrynn’s mom shared her medical records with The Defender.

They show that Aubrynn was diagnosed with COVID-19, myocarditis, and other heart and lung complications.

The records note that she experienced three major cardiac events.

Her death certificate listed COVID-19 and multi-organ failure as cause of death, her mother said.

There was no mention of the Covid vaccine, however.

Shanna said Aubrynn, like so many members of the general public, was led to believe that masking and getting vaccinated were ways to protect others.

She had been taught that getting vaccinated was a socially conscious thing to do.

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Aubrynn fell ill during a school trip to Canada – her first time away from her family.

The program took the students to major cities in the U.S. and Canada, where they would go to places like Ellis Island and the United Nations.

However, because they planned to visit cities like New York and Boston and would enter Canada — all places with various vaccine mandates in place — Covid shots were mandatory for the trip.

In the weeks leading up to the trip, Aubrynn took her first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on June 7, 2022, and the second dose on June 28.

Other than some arm soreness, she had no symptoms initially and headed off with her classmates.

The students visited New York and Boston and were on their way to Canada when Aubrynn texted her mom.

She was complaining that she felt weak and sick.

The next day, Shanna and her family left their Michigan home at 2 A.M. to meet the student group at the Canadian border to pick up Aubrynn, bring her home, and put her to bed.

Shanna said Aubrynn was weak and tired but her illness didn’t seem out of the ordinary at first.

She didn’t have a fever, but was trying to hold in her coughs and felt achy.

They decided to go to urgent care.

The urgent care facility was only 10 minutes from their house, but by the time they got there, Aubrynn was too weak to walk in and had to be taken in via wheelchair.

After an initial triage assessment, they waited in the waiting room for four hours.

Shortly after, Aubrynn collapsed.

Shanna said:

“He said when she fell, he tried to pick her up and he was too weak.

“So he had to scream for help. Once he realized her eyes were rolling into the back of her head, he immediately screamed.

“And then another nurse who was walking out who was not part of the intake with her, swooped her up and just took her to the back.

“They had started working on her for about 10, 15 minutes before I got there.

“And when I got there, he said, ‘she has a pulse, but it took a little bit to get her there.’”

Aubrynn had suffered her first cardiac arrest.

The urgent care team sedated Aubrynn with a number of drugs before airlifting her to the Children’s Hospital in Detroit.

Her medical records indicate she then had two other incidences of cardiac arrest and she continued to experience tachycardia — a fast and irregular heartbeat — in the pediatric intensive care unit.

Shanna said in the hospital, they hooked her up to a ventilator and an ECMO machine, a form of life support that takes over heart and lung function.

They invited her family to sit with her.

“And it didn’t even look like her,” Shanna said.

“She was swollen, she had tubes all over her.

“The tips of her fingers were starting to turn blue.

“It looked like she had a little bit of frostbite on the tip of her nose.”

That blue color, indicating possible gangrene, according to the medical records, slowly extended over her arms and legs.

The doctors didn’t provide the family with a diagnosis.

They tested her for several different illnesses.

“And her infectious disease doctors kept telling me, ‘We don’t know. We don’t know. We don’t know what’s happened,’” Shanna said.

The family was informed that Aubrynn was on palliative care, which is specialized medical care that focuses on providing relief from pain and other symptoms of a serious illness.

She was also treated with antibiotics.

When Shanna checked the list of the medications Aubrynn was receiving, most of them were end-of-life drugs, she said.

Aubrynn was in the hospital for 20 days before the time came to let her go.

Doctors said there was nothing more they could do because none of the treatments were working.

Her mom said she died peacefully, surrounded by people who loved her and listening to her favorite music.

A nurse told her they didn’t need to do an autopsy because they knew the cause of death and the family conceded.

“Then when we got the result back that it was COVID-19, I was shocked,” Shanna said.

“I didn’t think that would’ve been on there because I didn’t think she had passed away from COVID-19.”

Shanna repeatedly asked the hospital staff if they had ever seen a case of COVID-19 like this. They hadn’t.

They told Shanna they had seen “aches and pains and kids that needed to be monitored with asthma, but no deaths like this.”

Shanna and her family suspected her daughter’s condition was the result of a vaccine injury.

However, vaccine side effects were not a possibility the doctors ever mentioned.

All her medical records noted that she was fully vaccinated.

Shanna said she had been concerned about the COVID-19 vaccine from the beginning.

As someone who had always preached freedom of choice, however, she wanted Aubrynn to be able to decide for herself.

“It was a huge thing for her to do on her own, as an adult,” she said.

“Also, in Michigan, 17 is the age of consent.

“So even if I told her no, she still could have gotten it.”

Shanna said she was sharing Aubrynn’s story in solidarity with other vaccine-injured people.

People’s stories are suppressed, she said, but they all need to be heard.

“It’s just horrible. Just all of it.

“They’re just brushed under the rug, the stories, the patients.

“And the stories are heartbreaking.”


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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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