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Amy Gadomski, 16, died of strep A on Thursday, January 5. Let’s see who Amy Gadomski is in detail.
Who Was Amy Gadomski?
Amy Gadomski was a 16-year-old girl who died of Strep A. Her aunt Rachel Gadomski asked Newcastle United supporters to clap in her honor during Sunday’s Premier League game against Fulham in the 16th minute.
Amy, who attended Sacred Heart High School in Newcastle, had a season ticket for the team that “meant everything” to her.
Amy, who was taking her GCSEs at Sacred Heart High School. She is described as always pleasant, smiling and ready to help anyone in need.
Gosforth teenager Amy Gadomski, 16, was known as ‘the most selflessly beautiful person’
What happened to Amy Gadomski?
A family is grieving after their teenage daughter died of what is likely to be Strep A. Amy Gadomski, who was just 16 when she suffered two cardiac arrests, has sadly passed away.
Amy, who suffered a heart attack on January 3 and was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle.
She was later taken to Freeman Hospital where she sadly died the following day.
Amy’s family were told that this and the subsequent cardiac arrest may have been caused by strep A or sepsis, but the cause of her death is still unknown.
Vasana and Michael, her parents, are heartbroken at the loss of their only child. Amy’s aunt Rachel ” says: “We’re all absolutely devastated, why a 16-year-old girl? Why did this happen?’
“I want to raise awareness about strep A. I want to raise awareness about sepsis,” she said. “I just want to tell everyone to hug their kids a little tighter. It’s surreal, we can’t understand why it happened and we’re still waiting for answers.”
At St James’ Park on Sunday, Rachel believes 52,000 of her fellow Newcastle United supporters will give Amy a fitting send-off.
She continues: “She loved the atmosphere, she loved the laughter and the special memories she made with her friends.”
Amy’s Aunt Statement:
Amy adored Miguel Almiron; in fact, she got to know him and took pictures with him. Dan Byrne, who scored his first goal in the Carabao Cup semi-final against Leicester City on Tuesday night, was her favorite player.
And while Amy sadly didn’t get to see the goal, Rachel said: ‘It’s definitely a sign. I said to my partner, wow, Dan Byrne has scored, that must be for Amy.
Her campaign to remember Amy at the stadium is gaining momentum and is being shared far and wide on Twitter and Facebook. She has even contacted the club, who plan to pay tribute to Amy at their next Premier League home game against West Ham on February 4.
But that won’t be soon enough for Amy Joy’s aunt, who is traveling from San Diego to say goodbye to her niece. Rachel said: “We want the tribute to be there when the whole family can see it, not through Facebook or on the programme.”