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Bachelor Nation is in mourning. The Bachelor alum Cristy Caserta died on Thursday, October 4, Us Weekly confirms. She was 38.

The Sunrise Police Department in Florida tells Us that the attorney suffered an apparent seizure while attending a training class at a local school. “The students around her noticed her coffee fell to the ground and thought maybe she fell asleep, but she was unresponsive when they approached her,” Officer Fernandez says. “They called 911, and Fire Rescue showed up and started CPR and she was still unresponsive.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Caserta was transferred to the nearby Westside Regional Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead at 8:59 a.m. An autopsy will be performed at 4 p.m. on Friday, October 5, to determine the official cause of death.

Below is her final Instagram post:


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When in Napa… 🍇 See🍷Swirl🍷Sniff 🍷Sip 🍷Savor

A post shared by Cristy Caserta (@cristycaserta) on

Caserta shared the following advice in an Instagram post on Valentine’s Day:


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Happy Valentine’s Day Lovers! ❤️ 🌹💋 #AlwaysOneMoreTime

A post shared by Cristy Caserta (@cristycaserta) on

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