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Who Is Trisha Paddock, LA Marathon Runner? Cause Of Her Death, Wikipedia, & Family Details

Trisha Paddock cause of death

A runner in the Charity Challenge Half Marathon In LA, Trisha Paddock, died after collapsing at the finish line.

She was raising funds for Asian American Drug Abuse Program. The mission of this charity is to change lives and save families. As reported by NBC Los Angeles, Cardiac arrest is the cause of the death of Trisha Paddock.

The organizers released a statement after her death.

“This is a devastating loss, and our deepest sympathies go out to her family and loved ones. We are in touch with Trisha’s family and are supporting them through this very difficult time. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.”

After falling in the finish line, she was treated and transported to a hospital. However, they were not able to save her.

Trisha had alerted her husband a mile away from the finish line and didn’t have any health issues till then.

Trisha’s family planned to take part in the marathon next year in honor of her.

Her death was first recorded death in the marathon after 2007 when a 50-year-old man died in LA Bike Tour.

Who Is Trisha Paddock? Family & Wikipedia Details

Trisha Paddock was an avid supporter of the causes that championed inclusivity, equity, and diversity. She was born in 1975. She is married to her husband, Ryan Paddock, and has three children, Eden, Rj and Hannah. Her children are in the age group of 14 to 20.

Ryan and Trisha met each other in South Africa. Trisha was a beauty peasant winner.

Her oldest daughter, Hannah Paddock, is studying in Rome and she returned home after the news about her mother’s death.

Trisha Paddock lived in Rancho Palos Verdes, California with her family. According to her husband, she was always stressed with the inequalities in this world. Trisha has always been active in charity and voluntary work. 

GOFUNDME account was set for her treatment with more than $48000 raised till Wednesday.