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>> Read more Ang warns if the cold virus can kill her healthy soon-to-be fourth grade, Tristan Ang, "This can happen to every child," she told KTVU-TV.
"Well, this is very unexpected, very healthy and suddenly he's gone," Bell Ann said about the news.
Bel Ann said her son died very quickly, and he was complaining of fever, headache and nausea week before being expected to take part in a taekwondo championship.: //t.co/lKCLx93kuZ
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"We just think it may be too tired, a little dehydrated," said the boy's father Mark Ang. – We're giving him a Talenol and a Motrin. She would have disappeared, but not completely, and would return. Then the angels told KTVU, then on June 28 Tristan Ang was taken to a hospital where he died a few hours later from brain swelling caused by the adenovirus. Adenoviruses are common viruses that cause a variety of ailments, including colds, sore throats, diarrhea and pink eye, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "There was no sign of cold, nothing," Mark Ang said.
Despite their grief, the angels wanted other parents to be aware that what may seem like a normal child's cold or illness can quickly become a deadly situation.
The family created a GoFundMe page to pay for the costs.
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