Remembering those lost to COVID-19

As the U.S. hits 200,000 COVID-related deaths, David Muir looks at some of those we lost.
3:21 | 09/23/20

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He towering and tragic told 200000. Mothers and fathers daughters sons husbands wives friends. All lost to the corona virus in America over the past months here's whirled news tonight anchor David your. Doctor. Adeline Fagan from Syracuse, New York she was just twenty years old and she dreamed of being a doctor since it was a little girl so eat. Well you or at. It's. Jim started her second your residency in Houston treating Covert missions in the ER and caught the virus for two months. In Florida to more align him with just nine years old she was going into the fourth grade this year when she got sick she it is. Great. It's really really happy to spare hurt Jermaine Stevens was a defensive lineman at California University of Pennsylvania. He died of a pulmonary embolism to. Ten days after testing positive for cove we were sitting in a hospital talking about holding responsible. Parents. Celebration that we could see for his arm pain. So let's go from bad student. But it's a hospital the next day and he's on. Track there's. Bill Gilman was the winningest coach of the university of Houston's history. We need 160 games for southwest conference championships to eleven bowl appearances that surprise we had to cobble. 1980. S as straight parents. He saw bill's. When he gave his word he he gave Ingraham Gilman was inducted into the college football hall of fame in 2001. California Brenda Sanchez fought corporate nineteen alongside her mother pieces printed made it through from mother. Her mother was just 54 years old Sam singing her happy birthday. Yeah. To win record. Have long worked as a nurse she was living in a retirement community in Florida what you got sick for nine year old husband Sam. Getting into full PPE to see them one last time. You sweetheart. Right settler from ridgewood New Jersey. He worked as a paramedic on 9/11 racing do ground zero. He still people and no one dies some mind who wants no one dies. In my hospital no one dies under an it was last year Brian fulfilled his dream of becoming an icu nurse. Then the pandemic. And he was right there on the frontlines. Is a built hopper did the trio was just a year away from retirement after thirty years as a respiratory therapists. She went into work briefly. Despite knowing how dangerous their lives for daughter telling us she would always send gifts and messages. Expedience. Isabel became a grandmother. Last year concluded know that my mom receives your. And I think sort David Muir there and I think we're all guilty it was some time getting caught up the numbers in milestone 150000. As in every single one of them is is this story and a human being and the family member. As a family and friends and and they are also early nest and there aren't they the humane. Tragedy in all of this who has a good reminder again thanks sort David Muir there.

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