Teen Suddenly Passes Out During Choir Event, Dies
(ConservativeHub.com) – Karolin Moshi dropped off her 17-year-old son at school on October 14 after a routine stop at Starbucks. He was anticipating his upcoming performance at the All-State Honors Show Choir that evening, an event they had discussed with excitement. The mother didn’t know it would be the last time she saw her son alive. He died at the choir event after passing out during a solo.
Daniel Moshi loved to perform. According to reports, he wanted to perform on Broadway one day. The teen was preparing to head to college next year, and his mother said she was about to buy him a car. Now, she’s had to say goodbye. His funeral was reportedly held on October 19.
Illinois teen dies after collapsing while singing choir solo https://t.co/YNzexvcQRX pic.twitter.com/WBkHFIvrrP
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Mystery surrounds the teen’s death. When Daniel Moshi arrived at the event, he exchanged a few quick text messages with his mother, telling her he had made it to the location and everything was good.
But only a couple of hours later, he passed out on stage at the event. Attendees administered CPR until emergency personnel arrived and took him to the hospital. The teen never regained consciousness. Karolin Moshi said the coroner called her the following day and told her there was nothing physically wrong with her son to explain why he died.
The DuPage County coroner is investigating the death but hasn’t any additional information. According to ABC7, the young man’s father, Loden Moshi, said the family was “devastated” and “shocked” by the loss.
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