Utah: Teen Survives Heart Attack a Day After His 17th Birthday

That’s not something you see every day… I’m talking about a woman doing something useful.

Don’t worry. This happened all the time. You just never heard about it.

Now, anti-vax propagandists promote these stories. It was always happening, and no one talked about it, but now the anti-vaxers talk about it to push their anti-science agenda.


A 17-year-old boy in Bountiful is out of the hospital after suffering a heart attack. He was helped by a nurse driving by who just happened to be in the right place at the right time.

The boy’s dad, James Urland, said his son, Brayden Urland, had just turned 17. The day after his birthday, he was in Bountiful hanging out with his friends.

“He got out of his car, grabbed his chest and fell. He got back up, and fell down again, but he hit his face on a brick wall and was out,” James Urland said.

Not long after, McKay-Dee Hospital Chief Nursing Officer Tiffany Bears was headed home. She saw a group of boys, and one of them was on the ground.

“I just had the nudge I needed to turn around,” she said. “He was not responsive, but he was breathing and he had a pulse. Then he did quit breathing, so I turned him over and started compressions.”

Metro first responders arrived on scene shortly after.

James Urland said his son was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. According to Mayo Clinic, it “is a disease in which the heart muscle becomes thickened, also called hypertrophied. The thickened heart muscle can make it harder for the heart to pump blood.”

“He’ll be back to get a pacemaker,” James Urland said. “He was used to playing sports, working on a farm; he’s never had any issues that were heart-related until this incident.”

There is a GoFundMe to help with medical expenses.

Yeah, bro. I’m not paying your GoFundMe.

You should have listened to the people telling you that the vax was deadly instead of being a sheeple and taking the death shot.

Now you have to deal with this problem.

Basically, you follow the old rule: “if you’re vaxed, just relax.”

Don’t play sports. Keep your heart rate low.

Remember that movie Crank, where Jason Statham has to keep his heart rate up or he explodes?

It’s like the opposite of that.

The movie was really fun, but if you’re vaxed, I don’t recommend watching it. It’s too exciting and might make you have a heart attack.