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US Alabama man dies of cardiac event after 43 hospitals with full ICUs turned him away

03:10  11 september  2021
03:10  11 september  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

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The family of a man who died of heart issues in Mississippi is asking people to get vaccinated for COVID-19 after 43 hospitals across three states were unable to accept him because of full cardiac ICUs.

Ray Martin DeMonia died last week in Meridian, Mississippi. He was three days shy of his 74th birthday and a well-known native in Cullman, Alabama, his family said.

DeMonia suffered from a cardiac event, and emergency staff at Cullman Regional Medical Center had to bring him to the nearest available bed, which was nearly 200 miles away at a Mississippi hospital.

In his obituary, DeMonia’s family urged people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

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“In honor of Ray, please get vaccinated if you have not, in an effort to free up resources for non-COVID related emergencies,” the obituary read. “He would not want any other family to go through what his did.”

a man smiling for the camera: Ray Martin DeMonia, 73, of Cullman died on Sept. 1, 2021. © Contributed Ray Martin DeMonia, 73, of Cullman died on Sept. 1, 2021.

“Ray DeMonia was like no other,” his obituary read.

DeMonia spent 40 years in the antiques business in Alabama.

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Hadley Hitson covers the rural South for the Montgomery Advertiser and Report for America. She can be reached at hhitson@gannett.com.

This article originally appeared on Montgomery Advertiser: Alabama man dies of cardiac event after 43 hospitals with full ICUs turned him away

Alabama heart patient died after he couldn't get an ICU bed in 43 hospitals. His family is pleading for people to get vaccinated .
Ray DeMonia wasn't seeking Covid-19 treatment when he arrived at an Alabama hospital with heart problems. © From Dignity Memorial Ray DeMonia died after he was unable to get a cardiac ICU bed in dozens of hospitals, his family said. But the 73-year-old became an indirect victim of Covid-19 patients filling hospitals and ICU beds. The cardiac patient from Cullman, Alabama, died in a Mississippi hospital ​about 200 miles from his home because there were no cardiac ICU beds nearby, his daughter Raven DeMonia told The Washington Post.

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