A year-old girl has died after unexpectedly collapsing during a summer workout session for her school's dance team. Elyse Purefoy, who was set to start her senior year at Arabia Mountain High School just outside Atlanta, Georgia, died after collapsing on the track at the school's field on June Authorities are now investigating the cause of death for the year-old who appeared to be in general good health and did not have any reported medical conditions prior to her collapse. Her brother, Malik Purefoy, said officials are looking into severe dehydration or an undiagnosed heart condition as possible causes of death. Our hearts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.
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Elyse Purefoy's death came as a shock to her family, who described her as a happy and healthy young woman. Emergency responders quickly arrived on the scene and the teenager was rushed to DeKalb Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. Family and friends of Elyse gathered outside of her home in Stone Mountain on Monday evening to pay tribute to the late teen. I made you breakfast and lunch, hugged you and told you to have fun at dance training.
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A video starts circulating where a woman bends her neck when she dances twerking and, on social networks, it was said that he died instantly. In the video, you can see the moment when you put your head on the ground, and then use it to hold your body and keep it in the air, even though it doesn't support much until your neck is bent. They also mentioned that the woman in the video died and how could they upload a video like this, which clearly shows how her neck was bent. Records circulating on the Internet show this moment where the woman allegedly lost her life. However, it was revealed that it was nothing more than a scene from a video made by girls from the group City Girls, who posted the original video where it looks like a viral woman twerking and then, he rose without problems.
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