FLINT, MIch. — A Mid-Michigan family is lamentation a detriment of a 13-year-old child after they contend a sinus infection trafficked to his brain.
WNEM reports Marquel Brumley, an eighth grader during a Mt. Morris School District, upheld divided Sunday during a hospital, according to family.
Peggy Gilbert, a relations of a teen, pronounced Marquel went to an obligatory caring sanatorium a few weeks ago angry of cold symptoms and a headache. Gilbert pronounced a obligatory caring diagnosed Marquel with a “viral infection” and pronounced it would “run a course.”
Marquel afterwards started carrying migraines. Gilbert pronounced a teen visited mixed puncture bedrooms with no resolution.
A week ago, Marquel grown another critical migraine, Gilbert said. He went to a sanatorium and was given an MRI. Doctors shortly detected he had a mind infection, his family said.
After dual strokes, Marquel was sent to a sanatorium in Ann Arbor for mind surgery, according to Gilbert. He never recovered and upheld divided Sunday.
“Every day but fail, ‘love we Aunt Nicki. See we later.’ If they spent a night here he wouldn’t go to bed but revelation me he desired me. Really only a sweetheart. I’m going to skip carrying him around,” pronounced Nicole Alexander, Marquel’s aunt.
The 13-year-old was a true A student, a football actor and a humorous guy.
“He was my favorite person. Now he’s not gonna be here anymore,” pronounced Alexandria Brumley, Marquel’s sister. “I feel like it’s not real. we feel like he’s gonna come back. But we know he’s not gonna come back.”