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Pierce student reported ill

Pierce College women's volleyball player Azeezat Anthonio was carried out on a gurney by LAFD paramedics from the South Gym on Oct. 9 after a possible seizure, according to Sheriff's Deputy Al Guerrero. She hid under a sheet to hide her identity.
Pierce College women’s volleyball player Azeezat Anthonio was carried out on a gurney by LAFD paramedics from the South Gym on Oct. 9 after a possible seizure, according to Sheriff’s Deputy Al Guerrero. She hid under a sheet to hide her identity.

A Pierce College female student was reported ill in the South Gym around 1 p.m. and was transported by paramedic for precautionary reasons to a near by hospital, according to Deputy Alfred Guerrero of the campus Sheriffs Department.

“She’s in good health,” Guerrero said. “That [was] all precautionary.”

Genna Gold
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