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The mother of an 11-year-old Hamburg, New York boy who recently died from flu-related complications doesn’t want her son to be remembered as “just a statistic” but rather as “the wonderful boy he was.”
Luca Calanni died Saturday at Oishei Children’s Hospital, his mother, Ashley Calanni, told local news station WTKR.
The article goes on to state the following:
Calanni said Luca was sickened with the flu early last week. By Wednesday, after not seeing any improvement, he was taken to the hospital for fluids. There, he was diagnosed with septic shock. His condition steadily deteriorated; he later suffered a fatal cardiac arrest, according to his mother.
The report states that Luca had just turned 11 in December. He leaves behind three sisters. His mother said he had been vaccinated against the flu virus.
Many in the community have lit up their homes and businesses in orange lights in honor of the boy. See more details and photos in the Twitter posts below.
It was later, the flu attacked his heart and the young boy went into cardiac arrest. https://t.co/g8xdIOisPT
— WGNT CW 27 (@WGNTCW27) January 14, 2020
— ABC Action News (@abcactionnews) January 13, 2020
St. Francis Basketball team holds a moment of silence to remember SF Basketball Camper Luca Calanni. Continued prayers for Calanni family. SF gets the W 70-53 @SFHS_Athletics @Stfrancishigh @centercourt42 @WKBW pic.twitter.com/LVl3Axl7nV
— St. Francis BBall (@SFHSHoopsCoach) January 14, 2020
Heartbreaking…our thoughts and prayers are with his family.🙏 https://t.co/sGPotZSeHb
— Erin Elizabeth (@ErinHNN) January 14, 2020
Family Church here in Fredonia is lit orange for Luca Calanni. Friends have asked the community to do this to support the 11 y/o’s family through this difficult time. pic.twitter.com/HHpHwt4iE1
— Breanna Fuss (@BreannaFuss) January 14, 2020
HAMBURG, N.Y. (WBEN) – Frontier Central Schools released the following statement regarding the death of 11-year-old Luca Calanni due to the flu.
Local flu death of boy is one of two pediatric deaths in NYS this year. Children’s Hospital warns of potentially severe flu season pic.twitter.com/6GDeZhWNwj
— Church Lady (@SoulWomen) January 14, 2020
If you’re driving around #WNY this morning and see orange lights on homes and businesses…they’re likely for 11 yo Luca Calanni of Hamburg. On Daybreak this morning. I’ll have more on the effort to show support for his family. @WGRZ FULL FLU REPORT: https://t.co/WctomoP4co pic.twitter.com/jWv0ooGzZZ
— Emily Lampa (@EmilyLampa) January 14, 2020
WNYers are lighting up the night orange to remember Frontier student Luca Calanni.
The Erie County Dept of Health confirmed the flu-related pediatric death on Sunday.
— Leanne Stuck (@LeanneStuck) January 13, 2020
Orange lights for Luca. This morning we’re talking about how the community is showing their support for the young boy who died after complications with the flu. pic.twitter.com/keH76A0nDU
— Jeff Slawson (@Jeffslawson) January 14, 2020
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