Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur.– The University of Georgia student, Liza Burke, suffered a stroke while enjoying the Spring Breakers season in this tourist destination.
The case was reported by her friend Jeniffer Ritter, after launching a GoFundMe campaign, requesting the solidarity of Americans to finance the transportation of her flight from Los Cabos, Mexico to Jacksonville, Florida, where she would be admitted to a hospital for be able to receive specialized medical attention.
It all started on March 10, when the young American woke up feeling great.
During breakfast she complained of a headache and went back to her room to rest.
However, the young woman fell asleep, so her friends – after seeing that she did not wake up for hours – had to call a doctor.
The young woman was immediately rushed to a hospital, where she was diagnosed with an arteriovenous malformation (AVM), which likely would have caused a brain hemorrhage.
In such a way that after the case was reported to her family, the decision was made to transfer her to the United States, for which a fundraising campaign was started to finance the trip, providing the best possible medical treatment and achieving her full recovery.