Wed. Sep 27th, 2023

Tragedy struck in Wichita, Kansas, when a photographer was hit on the sidelines at a junior varsity highschool soccer recreation.

Linda Gregory was taking photos on Sept. 4 on the recreation between Wichita Northwest Excessive College and Bishop Carroll Excessive College when gamers inadvertently “bumped into” Gregory.

Gregory fell backward and hit her head on the concrete. She was taken to the hospital in vital situation.  She was reported to have suffered bleeding on the mind,

As she was snapping pictures of the matchup, gamers “bumped into” her once they fell out of bounds, Wichita Northwest soccer coach Steve Martin stated on Fb.

“Linda hit her head on the concrete apron of the monitor and was taken into statement to a neighborhood hospital. Because the night went on her circumstances have gotten worse,” Martin stated.

Her husband, Mel, reported the 69-year-old died 4 days later.

Linda Gregory died Friday, 4 days after she fell and hit her head on concrete whereas photographing a junior varsity recreation.

— NBC Information (@NBCNews) September 12, 2023

Mel Gregory, introduced on Fb, writing: “She has handed and is at peace.”

Gregory had spent a lot of final week on life assist in order that her organs might be donated to save lots of the lives of others.


Mel Gregory wrote his spouse wouldn’t need anybody to be blamed for what occurred, least of all of the gamers.

“I do know that the gamers are traumatized and on her behalf, I wish to present them assist,” the husband wrote.

Completely heartbreaking story tonight. Photographer Linda Gregory acquired hit on the sidelines of a JV soccer recreation final evening and hit her head on concrete. She’s now on life assist whereas medical doctors look ahead to remaining mind perform and household makes organ donor preparations. #KAKENews

— Eli Higgins (@EliTheTVGuy) September 6, 2023


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