A lady who imploded toward the end goal of the last end of the week’s Los Angeles Marathon has kicked the bucket at the emergency clinic.
As indicated by long-distance race authorities, Trisha Paddock, a member in the Charity Challenge Half Marathon, was distinguished as the sprinter who lethally imploded during Sunday’s race.
Starting on Tuesday evening, authorities didn’t determine what provoked Paddock to implode in any case. On Sunday, the low for race day temperatures was just shy of 55 degrees Fahrenheit with highs a little more than 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
A GoFundMe page has been sent off to help the lamenting family.
What Happened To Trisha Paddock?
Trisha Paddock of Rancho Palos Verdes was running in the 13.1-mile Charity Challenge where all participants were fundraising for one of the race’s official charities.
Los Angeles Fire Department personnel “came in contact” with Paddock at 12:10 p.m. Sunday who had “a medical complaint that escalated to a witnessed cardiac arrest,” LAFD Capt. Erik Scott said Sunday.
“Medical aid was quickly provided by over a dozen personnel, including LAFD Cycle Teams, and the patient was rapidly treated and transported to a local hospital,” Scott said.
It was not clear when Paddock died.