Remy Hidalgo Obituary – In the early morning long stretches of Friday, September 18, a Denham Springs mother got news that no parent actually needs to hear.
Ashley Roberson, Remy Hidalgo’s mom, posted on Facebook that her child and cherished network part had died.
Remy, a Denham Springs football player, endured a warmth stroke at training on Tuesday, September 15. A Facebook post from the Families For High School Athletics and Extracurricular Activities said Hidalgo had a ‘106 temperature, oblivious and so on. Specialists completely trust Remy had a warmth stir.’
Remy was taken to a nearby trauma center, where he was in the long run settled and moved to Children’s Hospital in New Orleans. He was put on an ECMO machine to give his body time to rest and recycle blood.
The people group held a candlelight vigil for Remy Wednesday evening at Yellow Jacket Stadium. Not exclusively did the Denham Springs people group meet up for the pressed occasion, yet players and guardians from Walker, Watson, Central, and Zachary made the excursion to respect the youngster.
During the vigil, Remy was depicted as a ‘teddy bear’ and somebody that nobody, ever, had anything negative to state about. Ministers from around the zone requested that the network pray about him so he would “sit up, at that point stand and leave.”