Influenza Claims Life Of Young Hockey Star

The flu has been spreading out of control across the nation.

We first reported that the flu related death tolls were rising  in California but unfortunately influenza has taken year another life, this time it was the cause of death of a 10 year old hockey player from Connecticut.

The boys name was Nico Mazolli, he played hockey for the Connecticut Roughriders. His team was playing in a tournament over the weekend. Before the team headed out on Thursday, Nico complained that he wasn’t feeling well, but even though he wasn’t feeling well he still wanted to be there to support his team.

Our hearts and prayers are with Nico and his family. No family should ever have to go through something like this.

The team has created a memorial fund for Nico’s family.

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Mallozzi was taken to Oishei Children’s Hospital, which is where he was diagnosed with the flu. He was returning home to New Canaan, when an ambulance rushed him to a hospital in the Catskills where Mazolli passed away. abc7ny.com

Influenza B Is Spreading Across The Northeast

Many of the symptoms of he flu we usually disregard and don’t even think about but these symptoms can turn into life threatening issues if not taken care of immediately. Take every step you can to avoid the flu even if it is just having hand sanitizers or sanitizing sprays you can use at any time necessary.

“From the start, we have been in close contact with medical professionals, who have shared what they know about the situation,” Superintendent of Schools Bryan D. Luizzi explained Tuesday. “At this point, it has been confirmed that Nico had been diagnosed with Influenza B, a strain of the flu that is currently spreading in the Northeast.” nypost.com

Most Common Symptoms of Influenza

  1. Fatigue
  2.  Aching Body Followed By Chills
  3. Persistent Coughing
  4.  Sore Throat
  5. Fever
  6. Diarrhea, Nausea, Stomach Pain, or Vomiting

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