Screaming Barnsley teen died of ‘thunderclap headache’ agony after AstraZeneca Covid jab – YorkshireLive

A trainee paramedic tragically died after developing a blood clot following her coronavirus vaccine.

Kasey Turner, from Barnsley, was just 18 years old when she died, after presenting at Barnsley Hospital A&E with the “worst migraine she’d ever had”. During the teenager’s inquest, which opened today at Sheffield ‘s Medico Legal Centre, the court heard that Kasey had been “screaming in pain” due to what was noted as a ‘thunderclap headache’.

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The court heard that the “root cause” of Kasey’s admission to hospital had been the AstraZeneca vaccine, which was administered to the 18-year-old early, due to her role as a trainee paramedic. At this time, 18-year-olds were not being routinely vaccinated, and a professor of haemostasis and thrombosis told the court that Kasey would likely not have received the AstraZeneca jab had it not been for her job.

Kasey died on Saturday, February 27, 2021 just days after she was admitted to Barnsley Hospital. Her initial cause of death was listed as cerebral venous thrombosis and immune thrombocytopenia.

Screaming Barnsley teen died of ‘thunderclap headache’ agony after AstraZeneca Covid jab – YorkshireLive