Fitness Influencer Passes Away After Heart Issue


A 33-year-old Brazilian fitness influencer met a tragic end when she suffered a double cardiac arrest of unknown origin.
In a social media post on Wednesday, the family sadly announced the passing of Larissa Borges, expressing their profound sense of loss and overwhelming grief.

“The pain of losing someone so young, just 33 years old, and so kind, is overwhelming,” the family wrote in an Instagram post. “Our hearts are broken, and the longing we will feel is indescribable.”

As reported by local media, the well-known fitness influencer, who boasts a following of over 32,000, was admitted to the hospital on August 20th. This unfortunate event occurred when she experienced a cardiac arrest while traveling in Gramado, Brazil.

The influencer was placed in a coma for a week following the incident, and her family kept her fans informed about her condition through social media updates.

Tragedy struck once more when the young and healthy woman experienced another cardiac arrest that she was unable to overcome.

There are reports that the influencer may have been under the influence or intoxicated at the time she experienced her heart issues.

Her family described her as leaving behind a profound legacy characterized by love, joy, and unwavering determination.

“She was known for her captivating personality, always bring smiles to those around her,” her family wrote. “Her presence illuminated any environment and her contagious energy will be missed by everyone who had the privilege of knowing her.”

Her family expressed that she fought relentlessly for her life, although they did not disclose the specifics of her challenges. Concluding their heartfelt tribute to the fitness influencer, they conveyed the profound void her passing has left in their hearts.

“She struggled tireless for her life, facing all the obstacles that a warrior and determined woman makes-without complaining,” family wrote. “May your soul rest in peace and may your memory always be remembered with affection and gratitude.”

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