Daily Archives: February 24, 2012

Chyna Young 18, Teen Pagant Was Shot-Paralyzed-Gave Birth-Now Dead (Story Link)

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: Story & Link – MadameNoire – Brande Victorian

Photo Credit: Houston Chronicle

Posted: Friday February 24, 2012 @ 6:50 PM PST


According to MadameNoire , When 18-year-old Chyna Young was shot by her former boyfriend last June, no one expected her or the baby she was three months pregnant with to survive. Shots to her arm, back, and neck left her paralyzed from the neck down, but miraculously Chyna gave birth to a daughter five months later in October. And although she was making significant progress in her recovery, a respiratory infection claimed the young woman’s life this week

STORY LINK: http://madamenoire.com/140616/pregnant-teen-paralyzed-in-shooting-dies-several-months-after-giving-birth-to-baby-girl/


Prince Johan Frisco Massive Brain Damage & Unconscious

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source & Story: People – Stephen M. Silverman

Photo Credit: Google –  rawstory.com

Posted: Friday February 24, 2012 @2:32 PM PST


According to People, Dutch Prince Johan Friso’s battle to regain consciousness after being buried alive in an avalanche last week may be hopeless, says his doctor.
“It is clear that the oxygen starvation has caused massive brain damage to the patient,” said Dr. Wolfgang Koller, head of trauma at Austria’s Innsbruck hospital where the second of Dutch Queen Beatrix’s three sons is being treated, reports Britain’s Independent.
“At the moment, it cannot be predicted if he will ever regain consciousness.”

The prince, 41, was on a skiing vacation in the Austrian resort of Lech and lay under a mound of snow for at least 15 minutes before his rescue and hospitalization.
According to reports, the prince’s mother and his wife, Mabel, have been to visit him, as have his brothers, Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and Prince Constantijn.

Prince Frisco and his wife Mabel are parents to two daughters, Countess Luana, 6½, and Countess Zaria, 5½.
The prince is expected to receive further treatment at a private clinic, where he will eventually be moved