Mother remembers 15-year-old daughter, who died from complications of coronavirus

Mother remembers 15-year-old daughter, who died from complications of coronavirus

Mother remembers 15-year-old daughter

The mother of a 15-year-old girl who died over the weekend said she’s numb, but is determined to tell her daughter’s story.|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Rumor Control ||Dar’yana Dyson’s mom, Kandace Knight, said the teenager died from complications of the coronavirus. The teenager would have turned 16 years old next month.Knight spoke to 11 News as she took a break from planning her daughter’s funeral.”It happened so fast. I never thought that taking my daughter to the hospital for a stomach pain that I wouldn’t be walking out of there with her,” Knight said. Knight took her daughter to the hospital on May 11. She had a fever, stomach pains and didn’t want to eat.Eventually, she also developed a rash. Knight described it as coming on very quickly.”It was through her whole body, through her feet, her hands, her back and then it just disappeared. We never seen the rash again,” Knight said. Knight said her daughter initially tested negative for coronavirus.But then doctors tested her for the antibodies. “They took her back to an isolated room and said that she had tested positive for the antibodies of corona,” she said. “They said that somehow or another, she got both the coronavirus and the children’s one.” Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an alert to doctors about an inflammatory syndrome linked to coronavirus in children. The symptoms appear to be similar to those of Kawasaki disease.In Dyson’s case. Her mom said the teenager was placed on a ventilator. Then on Saturday, six days after being admitted to the hospital, she died.“She just was too good for this world, she was too good for this world. She was so beautiful, she was too good for this world,” Knight said. As of Monday, the teen’s death has not been reflected in the numbers released by the Maryland Health Department.Dyson was funny, loved music, loved to dance and to look out for her siblings.Her mom said she’s sharing her nightmare to hopefully help others.“I hope that this can save another child. People need to really understand that this kills people. This hurts people — this hurts people in ways that they’ll never be able to come back from,” Knight said.Dyson went to Milford Mill High School in Baltimore County.Knight hopes autopsy results will give them a lot more information— they should be back in about a week.The family has a candlelight vigil planned for Wednesday.

BALTIMORE —The mother of a 15-year-old girl who died over the weekend said she’s numb, but is determined to tell her daughter’s story.|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Rumor Control ||
Dar’yana Dyson’s mom, Kandace Knight, said the teenager died from complications of the coronavirus. The teenager would have turned 16 years old next month.Knight spoke to 11 News as she took a break from planning her daughter’s funeral.”It happened so fast. I never thought that taking my daughter to the hospital for a stomach pain that I wouldn’t be walking out of there with her,” Knight said. Knight took her daughter to the hospital on May 11. She had a fever, stomach pains and didn’t want to eat.Eventually, she also developed a rash. Knight described it as coming on very quickly.”It was through her whole body, through her feet, her hands, her back and then it just disappeared. We never seen the rash again,” Knight said. Knight said her daughter initially tested negative for coronavirus.But then doctors tested her for the antibodies. “They took her back to an isolated room and said that she had tested positive for the antibodies of corona,” she said. “They said that somehow or another, she got both the coronavirus and the children’s one.” Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an alert to doctors about an inflammatory syndrome linked to coronavirus in children. The symptoms appear to be similar to those of Kawasaki disease.In Dyson’s case. Her mom said the teenager was placed on a ventilator. Then on Saturday, six days after being admitted to the hospital, she died.

Kandace Knight

Kandace Knight, left, and Dar’yana Dyson, right.

“She just was too good for this world, she was too good for this world. She was so beautiful, she was too good for this world,” Knight said. As of Monday, the teen’s death has not been reflected in the numbers released by the Maryland Health Department.Dyson was funny, loved music, loved to dance and to look out for her siblings.Her mom said she’s sharing her nightmare to hopefully help others.“I hope that this can save another child. People need to really understand that this kills people. This hurts people — this hurts people in ways that they’ll never be able to come back from,” Knight said.Dyson went to Milford Mill High School in Baltimore County.Knight hopes autopsy results will give them a lot more information— they should be back in about a week.The family has a candlelight vigil planned for Wednesday.

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