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A North Dakota man died Sunday following a Saturday boxing match in Rapid City.
Laron Peoples of Dickinson, N.D., was a contender in the Elite Male Division at the South Dakota Golden Gloves boxing show Saturday evening. Following his loss against Sheldon Wright, USA Boxing said a “boxer required medical attention, which was provided by the ringside doctor and emergency medical personnel, who transported the boxer to a local hospital.”
Rapid City Fire Department Public Information Officer Tessa Jaeger confirmed that paramedics responded to a call at 8:29 p.m. Saturday in the 200 block of East Main Street, the location of the boxing event. Jaeger did not confirm the victim’s name, the victim’s condition, or the status of the ambulance call.
In a statement, USA Boxing said the boxer died Sunday at a local hospital, saying the organization’s “thoughts, prayers and concerns are with the boxer and his family,” but would not provide further comment or identify the victim.
Tom Griffee, one of the organizers for South Dakota Golden Gloves, spoke with the Journal on Thursday and said he was unable to comment on the death. He said an investigation into the incident is ongoing, preventing him from commenting or confirming Peoples’ identity.
Young model has both legs amputated after COVID-19 vaccine
The 21-year-old is fully vaccinated and doctors soon identified her intense leg pain was a result of myocarditis, rhabdomyolysis, mild pneumonia, cyanotic and acidosis.
Her family said her condition quickly worsened and Claire, who was born with a congenital heart condition, was put on life support.
A build up of intense pressure in her legs restricted blood flow to the area, leaving doctors with no choice but to amputate both legs
The aspiring model has kept her thousands of followers updated on her road to recovery, refusing to let her shocking experience taint her positive attitude.
“I’m doing good, I have occupational therapy, physical therapy and at home nursing now multiple times a week and I’m getting up and moving a lot more,” she said this week in an optimistic update.