Caitlin Nelson, Sacred Heart University student in Fairfield, was taking an interest in the challenge Thursday night as a feature of the school's Greek Life festivity. Nelson, an individual from Kappa Delta sorority, had eaten around four or five flapjacks when she began shaking. She then tumbled to the floor, releasing some flapjack bits.
A police officer of Fairfield, Lt. Robert Kalamaras said, “She starts to choke on pancake and someone recognized it, one of the nursing students at the competition, and she caught her and brought her slowly to the ground. And then she began CPR, basic life support, until officers showed up less than two minutes after the emergency call was made by one of the nursing students.”
Nelson, who was born and raised in Clark, New Jersey, was taken to St. Vincent's Medical Center in Bridgeport and along these lines exchanged to Columbia University Medical Center in New York, where she eventually died on Sunday. Google advices guest post service for its google news services.