More bad news from Orange County.
This morning I received word that a cyclist died last week while mountain biking on an Orange County trail.
According to the Orange County Register, 52-year old Santa Fe Springs resident Reynaldo Canlas suffered a heart attack either before or after falling while riding in Peters Canyon Park on Monday, January 30th. Despite CPR attempts performed by bystanders, followed by an air rescue by county firefighters, Canlas was declared dead at 2:3o pm a local hospital.
It’s unknown if the fall caused his heart to stop, or if he fell because of the heart attack.
As the woman who forwarded the story to me said, the people who performed CPR may think they failed to save him, but they may have provided precious minutes that gave him a chance, however slight.
And learning how to perform CPR could be the greatest gift you can give your loved ones.
This is the second cycling fatality in Orange County this year, and the sixth in Southern California.
Thanks to Ann for the heads-up.
Or, according to the automobile industry, just buy this Hyundai:
buy! ( not “by”, ugh!)
Heart attack is one of the leading cause of death in US. we should always find ways to manage this disease.*
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