Alyiasia Pastora Death – Obituary / Passed Away : Alyiasia Pastora has left friends, family and loved ones heart-broken as the news surrounding the death of Alyiasia Pastora was announced. Information about the death of the deceased was released across social media on November 29, 2020.
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Alyiasia Pastora GoFundMe Page
According to her GoFundMe
On October 24, 2020, our beautiful Alyiasia Pastora turned 15 years old. Due to the pandemic, instead of having a normal quinceñera we celebrated with just a small gathering. On October 26th, just 2 days after reaching her 15th milestone, Alyi suffered a horrific ATV accident and had to be rushed to Kendall Regional Hospital (in Kendall, FL). There, doctors had to perform an emergency craniotomy to help relieve the pressure and swelling in her brain. After the surgery, Alyi was put on life support. Family and friends constantly remained by her side, praying she would be able to respond and come back home to us. We do not give up easily. We were not ready to throw in the towel, to give up on that fight. We wanted to make sure we exhausted every possibility of treatment to give her the best chances of survival before making the most unimaginable decision.
Everyday following the accident Alyi just laid in her hospital bed while we continuously asked for treatment and for more answers, but none were given. Her family wanted to explore every available option, to fight to have Alyi come back home, but it seemed no one on the hospital staff would fight for her. We were constantly left in the dark, being forced to look outside the hospital for more options, answers, and explanations. When we were finally able to find another hospital willing to take her case, to give her the care she needed, we found out the transfer would not be approved due to an exam performed just 2 days after the accident. We had not been informed what the test results would conclude; it was to confirm whether or not she was brain dead. This exam was performed while her brain was still very swollen, an exam that would allow them to refuse to continue treating her as a living human being with life, with the hopes of some recovery. The results were now a clear confirmation for the hospital to present us the option to move forward organ donations.
An estimated 40% of patients have been misdiagnosed with Brain Death. This confirmatory test has been performed and confirmed on other patients who have recovered and are still alive and well today. These stories can be found online as well as in news articles. Real stories of real patients where their families were told they had no chance of recovery, but they did, they survived. All we were asking for was more time, a real treatment to help see if there was room for improvement. More testing after treatment to confirm the diagnosis. We had meeting after meeting with the specialist, treating physicians, as well as the hospital committee to provide us with these options, unfortunately they still refused to treat her life as a living person. They refused treatment that could have possibly resulted in seeing improvements to her condition.
It is with a heavy heart that we had to share the news on November 6, 2020, that Alyi lost her fight and passed away. No words can describe what a mother feels when her child, her first born has passed away. To feel you were unable to protect your beautiful child, to do everything in your power to bring them back home, safe with you.
This GoFundMe was originally set up to help with the rising cost of medical care due to Alyi condition, to provide assistance in getting specialists to visit and review the case, to help the family with any lost wages during the time spent at the hospital to be by Alyi’s side. We are now using it for arrangements to be able to say goodbye. To provide Alyi with a beautiful Funeral with everything that she deserves. The family has been completely heartbroken and lost, unable to focus on daily life or go back to work. We ask for all the help you can give to help this family, to give them time off to grief without having to worry about the financial setbacks.
We thank you for your donations, as well as all the love and support everyone has shown in this difficult time. May God bless you and keep you and your family safe always.
Organizers of the Go Fund me
Barbara Palomo (Alyiasia Aunt)
Eric Hormilla (Alyiasia StepFather)
Summer Miele (Alyiasia Mother)