CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA- a medical condition identified as Turner syndrome is reported to have affected over 70,000 females both women and girls equally in the United States.
The 22-year-old girl, Brittani Hinsey stopped growing at the age of nine and her medical reports showed a shocking and rare diagnosis which was identified as Turner Syndrome.
Stacy Hinsey, Brittani’s mom said that she had a hard time processing what the doctor revealed, as she was not aware of what Tuner Syndrome was at the time.
According to Dr. Kenneth Herzkowitz, Broward Health Cardiologist, one in 2500 live births is prone to affecting Turner Syndrome. He added that the syndrome is caused by a chromosomal abnormality.
Turner Syndrome reportedly can lead to hearing problems along with growth issues.
According to Brittani, she sees an ENT; she has multiple ear surgeries and ear tubes.
The potential deadly Turner Syndrome affects both girls and women and mostly leads to hypertension along with heart defects that may lead to a burst in the aortic valve.
Herskowitz said, “Typically 75 percent of patients will die within the first 24 hours if they are not treated surgically, so it is a surgical emergency.”
CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA- According to the FAA, a single-engine Cessna 172 was landed on the Sawgrass Expressway in Coral Springs. The emergency landing occurred around 11.40 a.m. Saturday.
With the occurrence of the incident just near the West Sample road exit, the officials of the Highway Patrol took steps to close down the southbound lanes temporarily until the plane was moved away to the pavement on the grassy median.
With the identities of the two people aboard still undisclosed, none of the two were reported to be hurt and in fact, the pilot and the passenger were reported to have walked away safely from the scene. Lauderdale.
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While FAA officials said the agency was investigating the emergency landing and added that it wasn’t the first time that the Sawgrass Expressway doubled as a runaway.
On Aug. 7, a Piper PA28-140 Cherokee touched down the highway close to the University drive exit about 10.30 p.m. leaving the only one aboard, the pilot uninjured.
CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA: As per the reports, a 3-year-old child was drowned in Coral Springs on Friday evening.
The fatal drowning happened at a home along Northwest 127th Avenue near Northwest Seventh Court.
The officials said they received a 911 call and Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department paramedics responded on the scene. The family members of the victim were performing CPR.
The reports say the 3-year-old was immediately taken to Broward Health Coral Springs. Unfortunately, the 3-year-old boy was pronounced dead.
Authorities are investigating the reason that drowned the 3-year-old.
According to the Coral Springs Police Department, they “looking into the events that lead to the drowning.”
The preliminary investigation is ongoing.
No more information is available at the moment.