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tragedy food allergy has struck again, this time in North Carolina, and once again the participation of a young person.
Morgan Elizabeth Crutchfield, 17, of Staley, North Carolina, died on October 5, 2015, of an allergic reaction, according to an obituary in the local website of the Freedom newspaper. It is not yet known how the reaction occurred or if epinephrine was administered, although some comments on Facebook from those who knew the teen suggests that he had a peanut allergy.
obit Morgan said he enjoyed “singing, shooting and riding four wheels on his grandparents’ house” is survived by his mother, father, brother, and several grandparents and great grandparents. The girl, the obituary also noted, “was a social butterfly who never met a stranger and touched the hearts and lives of many people.”
Morgan’s death follows two other deaths from allergic reactions among young people in the last month. On September 18, Andrea Mariano, 18, who was only in his second day of school at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, died of the fatal anaphylaxis. Then on September 21 in Littleton, Colorado, Simon Katz, a 16-year-old Chatfield High School attend an event back home in his school, he succumbed to anaphylaxis after eating a snack containing the peanuts.