UPDATE: 21-Year-Old Air Force Cadet Who Died Suddenly Cause of Death Revealed

by J Pelkey
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Breaking Digest previous reported that Air Force Academy offensive lineman Hunter Brown died suddenly in January after experiencing a medical emergency as he left his dormitory for class.

He was only 21 years old.

The US Military had a compulsory COVID vaccine policy until December.

The Pentagon rescinded the mandate after it was pulled out of the National Defense Authorization Act that was approved in December.

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The Air Force put out a statement on Brown’s following Brown’s sudden death:

The El Paso County Coroner’s Office shared Hunter Brown’s autopsy report with KKTV 11 News.

According to KKTV, the 21-year-old Air Force cadet likely died from a “pulmonary thromboembolism due to deep vein thrombosis, likely tied to an injury sustained during football practice.”

KKTV reported:

The full opinion from the autopsy report can be read below:

“Based on the history, scene investigation, autopsy, virology, and toxicology findings, it is my opinion that Hunter Brown, a 21-year-old white male, died as a result of pulmonary thromboembolism due to deep vein thrombosis resulting from Lisfranc injury of the left lower extremity. The overall findings are consistent with this being an accidental death originating from an injury sustained during football practice several weeks prior to death.”

The autopsy report was signed by Dr. Jarod Murdoch.

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