A Report States That An 18-Year-Old Young, Healthy Cheerleader Passes Away Suddenly Due to A “Pulmonary Embolism,” Which Is Often Linked to The Formation of Blood Clots.

The sudden death of an 18-year-old cheerleader from North Little Rock High School has left her family and community in shock. Victoria Moody was described by her sister, Brooke McCarty, as being in perfect health before she died on Sunday evening. The cause of death was a pulmonary embolism, which occurs when one or more blood clots become lodged in a lung artery, preventing the body from receiving air. According to McCarty, the embolism appeared to be too advanced to be treated.

Moody’s father, Brian Moody, had taken her to the hospital after she complained of feeling unwell. McCarty stated that she doesn’t understand why it happened or why it had to happen, adding that she wished her sister could still be here. The family is now left to grieve their loss and seek answers as to why a seemingly healthy and vibrant young woman could be taken so suddenly

Pulmonary embolisms can happen to anyone at any time, according to the Mayo Clinic. However, certain risk factors can increase their likelihood, such as heart disease, certain cancers, and severe coronavirus outbreaks. People who have severe COVID-19 symptoms are at an increased risk of developing a pulmonary embolism, according to the Mayo Clinic. However, it’s unclear if Moody had prior exposure to COVID-19 or if she had been vaccinated against the virus.

Moody had been accepted into the honors program and received scholarships at both Mississippi State and the University of Arkansas, according to her sister. She was described as being the kindest person that McCarty had ever met and had given her support for 18 years.

The tragic loss of Victoria Moody is a reminder that life can be unpredictable and fragile. It’s important to cherish every moment we have with our loved ones and take care of ourselves both physically and mentally. The community is now rallying around the family to offer their support and condolences during this difficult time.

The initial KARK report is available here:

She is flawless in every manner, and because of this, McCarty said,

“she always makes you want to be a better person.”

According to KARK, Moody’s family and friends conducted a candlelight vigil on Monday evening and a balloon releases the next day.

According to the source, Brian Moody expressed his appreciation for the community’s support and wished that local shops selling mementos of his daughter would contribute their proceeds to “developing more research towards pulmonary embolisms.” According to Moody’s obituary, on Sunday, October 23, 2022, she was “lovingly welcomed into the arms of our Savior.”

A Victoria is now in her Heavenly home, and even though our hearts are shattered, we rejoice and find solace in the knowledge that we will see her again at some point.

It also quoted Rev. 21:4: “He will wipe every tear from their eyes, and there will be no more death or sorrow or crying or pain. All these things are gone forever.” This article appeared originally in The Western Journal

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