A College of Alabama freshman shall be remembered throughout a prayer vigil on Wednesday, days after she died from problems stemming from a soccer damage that left her in a coma for 3 weeks. Allie Brodie, a freshman member of Christian sorority Alpha Delta Chi, was hit within the head by a soccer ball throughout an Oct. 7 recreation with associates, AL.com reported.
Brodie reportedly suffered a collection of progressively worsening signs that resulted in an emergency surgical procedure for bleeding in her mind, and a analysis of mind arteriovenous malformation, a situation with which she had been born with however finally triggered bleeding in her mind stem. In line with a GoFundMe web page arrange on Brodie’s behalf, she was positioned right into a coma at College of Alabama Medical Middle following a second surgical procedure, and by no means recovered.
“Allie handed away yesterday afternoon (October 28), however she shall be in our hearts eternally,” an up to date submit, which had been copied from her mom’s Fb web page, stated. “She by no means got here out of the coma, and couldn’t battle the problems from pneumonia. Heaven has gained a stupendous guardian angel, and we proceed to hunt peace in God’s plan for our candy woman.”
Associates round campus and her sorority sisters had taken to social media to assist increase cash for her medical prices utilizing the hashtag “#AllieStrong.”
“She’s an excellent candy, loving woman and she or he’s very enthusiastic about every little thing she does,” Annie Watkins, a sorority sister, informed WBRC.com.
Brodie, of Danville, California, leaves behind a twin sister Nichole, one other sister, Caroline, and her mother, Cindy.