Abraham Romero, a football player for Organ Mountain, passes away after three weeks in a coma. Let’s see what happened to him and Abraham Romero cause of death in detail
what happened to Abraham Romero?
Abraham Romero, a football player for Organ Mountain High School, passed away on Saturday night, according to a statement sent by the booster club on Sunday. His age was seventeen.
The booster club claimed online that Romero died with his mother by his side. Romero was placed in a medically-induced coma and spent three weeks at a hospital in El Paso.
“Seventeen years is all he was given, and that is hardly enough time. The true measure of a life is in the influence it has on our world, not on the time he was with us, the message said, in part. It is so simple to concentrate on what we lost. The team captain, a linebacker, and a running back were flown to El Paso after passing out on August 26 during a Knights game in Deming.
Vista Middle School students worn black
On Wednesday, all employees and students at Vista Middle School in Las Cruces will wear black to show their support for a football player from Organ Mountain High School who was seriously hurt during a game last month.
According to a website devoted to Romero’s rehabilitation, Abraham Romero, a senior at the high school, is hospitalized in El Paso and is in a medical coma. Friends and classmates visited Romero in the hospital on Saturday, according to the update.
Monday, Romero’s mother also paid a visit to the football team’s locker room to cheer them up. To express their support for Romero, the OMHS football team is urging everyone to wear teal to the homecoming game. The game will be played at the Field of Dreams on Thursday at 7 o’clock. Banners created by members of the VMS Student Council in support of Romero and the OMHS football team will be exhibited on Wednesday.
Abraham Romero cause of death
According to the Las Cruces Sun-News, he spent three weeks in the ICU with a medically-induced coma and a brain bruise, and physicians made numerous attempts to minimize brain swelling. Romero may have fallen, but the exact cause is still unknown.
Romero’s condition deteriorated throughout the previous weekend, and on September 10 his friends and teammates were permitted to see him in the hospital. Over $15,000 has been raised for Romero and his family through numerous fundraisers, including a car wash organized by all four high schools in Las Cruces. On Thursday night, Romero was named Organ Mountain’s homecoming king.
The message praised the “outpouring of love, support, and prayers” from the Las Cruces community, adjacent areas, and even from other states. The OMHS football team and Abe’s immediate family have been able to get through these past several weeks thanks to the knowledge that Abe has been at the center of it all.
Tributes to Abraham Romero
Vista middle school posted,
Members of the VMS Student Council came together to create banners in support of Abe Romero and the OMHS Football Family, which will be displayed tomorrow.
All staff and students are encouraged to wear black tomorrow, September 14th, to stand in solidarity with Abe Romero and his family, along with the OMHS football teams.
“On behalf of Abe’s immediate family and the OMHS football family, thank you for the care and support that you have shown. We will share information about memorial services once it has been finalized,” the booster club’s post read.
Organ Mountain Football provided an update on Abraham Romero. The 17-year-old passed away on Saturday after three weeks in a medically induced coma.
— Sam Guzman (@samguzmanTV) September 18, 2022
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