It's devolving on Shaw's FB rapidly....better call Mr. Zuckerberg.
Best wishes for a quick recovery.
The whole thing seems to have been handled fairly poorly, IMO. Someone passes out and hits their head, they should go to an emergency room. She could have easily died, right there, or later in her room from an impact like that, or whatever caused her to lose consciousness and stop breathing (for crying out loud!). It's never convenient to go to the emergency room, but it's there for a reason. People make mistakes sometimes, or lose sight of what's important. Hopefully, the next time something similar happens, we could learn from this incident.
Thanks for the info. I think it's normal we're all curious what happened. It's natural to wonder, I guess, how something like this could occur to such a vibrant young lady. Bottom line is for her to recover. I appreciate you taking the time to let us all know this bit of info.Dennis is at my house today (he arrived yesterday), en route home to the Philippines. Dennis is the kind of man (who I have a great deal of respect for) that does not feel the need to respond to negative criticism of him either online or anywhere else. On FB there were some who were quiok to place blame tangentially on him or others who may be betting on him. He did give me information about some things that happened both before and during the match that might well have a bearing on what happened to Ara. I will not go into all the details here, but let me just say everything is not always as simple as it looks. I will only add that it is highly unlikely that Ara got "jarred" by anyone at Bills, be it an employee or a side better. Once again that is probably (almost 100%) not what caused her to fall.
Ara is a wonderful lady and I wish her a quick and complete recovery but as for the people who are jumping on the bandwagon to blame unknown individuals are barking up the wrong tree.