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The senior high school student Alberta teen Magrath, a small southern Alberta town, had seemed fine before her health suddenly deteriorated Monday, said her father. But as cases continue to surge in Alberta — currently the province with the highest rate of new daily infections in the country — Strate said he is convinced she died because of a variant of the virus. Now one is my daughter," Strate, a school teacher, said Wednesday. I've had a thousand messages of condolences and I can't get to them because I'm gonna start crying.
Sarah was three classes away from graduation and was excited to attend college in Lethbridge to become a masseuse, her father said. He said more than a week ago, Sarah's year-old sister tested positive for COVID and Sarah started complaining about a sore throat days later. Sarah was isolating in Alberta teen basement of the family's home. On Monday, Strate says her health went downhill.
So I said, 'We got to call Strate said they waited about 20 minutes for an ambulance. During that time, he talked to Sarah. Her arms shook as she lay on the floor. Strate said a medical examiner told him Sarah had actually been sick for three weeks. And I said, 'How does that happen within a couple of days? After her death, Strate said many people reached out to tell him that Sarah had saved their kids lives as a leader with Hope Squad, a peer-to-peer suicide prevention program.
If everyone would have just done everything right the first time when we were asked to shut down and use our brains I totally feel for people that have businesses. Yes, we have freedoms in this country. Of course we do. But also respect what is going on so that we can try to keep our country safe. On Monday, he said students at Sarah's high school plan to wear onesies to honour her, because she loved wearing them so much.
Her younger sister, year-old Bree, wants to wear a unicorn onesie that Sarah always wore, said Strate. But in our faith, we believe that we will see her again and I can't wait. This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Facebook and Canadian Press News Fellowship. This program is deed to support our local journalism Alberta teen a time where our advertisers are unable to due to their own economic constraints. Kamloops This Week has always been a free product and will continue to be free. You can make a one-time or a monthly donation of any amount and cancel at any time.
Sarah Strate is shown in this family handout image. Ron Strate says he has received about a thousand messages from people in Canada and around the world who have been touched by the Alberta teen of his year-old daughter. The active senior high school student from Magrath, a small southern Alberta town, had been perfectly fine before her health suddenly deteriorated Monday and she died soon after arriving at hospital. Dig It: Documenting lessons learned. I have a go-bag ready with all essential documents and supplies.
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