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Man Found Dead At Walnut Creek BART Station

by CLAYCORD.com
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On Tuesday just after 5 p.m., BART Police officers and medical personnel responded to the Walnut Creek BART station regarding an unresponsive male who was in the bus zone.

Despite all the life saving measures, the male was declared deceased.

The case is under investigation, however there is no foul play suspected at this time, according to BART Police.

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16 comments

The Mamba January 18, 2023 - 2:11 PM - 2:11 PM

That’s awful, hopefully it wasn’t a commuter that will never get home.

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Cellophane January 18, 2023 - 2:44 PM - 2:44 PM

I know this is terrible, but I am truly sad this man passed away. I’m sad for him and his family and friends.

The first thing that popped into my head was the old song by the Kingston trio.

The man who never returned.

I sure hope his name wasn’t Charlie.

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Ricardoh January 18, 2023 - 4:04 PM - 4:04 PM

Fully vaxed and boosted no doubt. Could use a little more info like maybe the age or cause.

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Sally Jorgensen January 18, 2023 - 6:03 PM - 6:03 PM

Sadly, after reading about so many young people mysteriously dying throughout the world, I have to wonder if you might be right, Ricardoh. At eighty-one years of age, I can’t remember a time in history where si many people, young and old, have just suddenly or unexpectedly died. To have new terms such as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome seems quite alarming, if not telling.

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Ricardoh January 18, 2023 - 9:08 PM - 9:08 PM

No doubt it’s odd Sally.

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Living in Claycord January 18, 2023 - 8:21 PM - 8:21 PM

Please, like people have never died before. Heart disease is and has been the leading cause of death in the US for decades.

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Sally Jorgensen January 19, 2023 - 10:07 AM - 10:07 AM

@ Living In Claycord, not in regards to young people dying under the age of forty which we are hearing of with alarming frequency. I know of several people who have lost loved ones or friends the last year or so who were under forty-five-years-old after being found dead in their sleep or due to heart attacks although they had no underlying health conditions previously. In every case, the deceased had received at least one of the Covid shots. This is telling, at least in my mind. There seems to be a causal effect.

The fact is, I just don’t want to see other people suffer needlessly.

As I said in my earlier comment, in my eighty plus years living on this planet, I have never previously heard of nor personally known of so many people who have died in a two year period and at such young ages as I do now.

I can’t be alone.

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shan January 19, 2023 - 1:54 PM - 1:54 PM

I honestly believe our statistics as a whole are quite jaded; at least how they are fed to us. The media has the ability to spread like wildfire, literally in split seconds from any event, personal or otherwise. Back 80 years ago, for instance, it wasn’t possible, so was not the case-and hearing about things weren’t accessible to people unless it was within or near your immediate demographic. That said, it would def be interesting to research the numbers since they are and have been documented by law on death records. The only flip side to that option is the likelihood of misclassifications done in past vs now due to improvements in medicine as a whole. I’ve contemplated this myself for some time, and i kinda sit with the excess and pushed headlines narrowing in on this ‘trendy tragedy ‘ crap some thrive on forcing us to see and take note without really asking to know kinda thing. So ask yourself, how many items on your mental list are there before you say to yourself, ughhh, more? truly, 10 maybe? 6? regardless, sometimes 5 is SO MUCH lol, so i think the variables involved are very discretionary and a bit fluffed up to be SEEMINGLY more than once thought when, in fact, it’s pretty close on all facets. I’ve worked in nursing and several entities of health care, both veterinary and human for the greater part of my career, since age 16. I’m 47. I can say in my experience and direct exposure, I have seen no real significant change in the topic in question with the exception of pandemic-related cases. Just food for thought…

Cheryl Godwin January 19, 2023 - 7:07 PM - 7:07 PM

Hi Sally I would ask that you respectfully reconsider your assumptions about the COVID vaccines, unless you happen to be a licensed healthcare provider, infectious disease physician or epidemiologist who has thoroughly studied this, though you are certainly entitled to YOUR opinion. Many “younger people” do not necessarily receive regular health screenings, and whoever reports that they don’t have any underlying health conditions is quite misleading. The other issue is technology as Shan already touched on! We are more connected now than ever before in history, and it’s newsworthy to report on deaths among seemingly healthy young adults. We are constantly bombarded with news and false or misleading information. It usually takes 6 weeks or longer to receive toxicology results from autopsies, which can sometimes pinpoint a cause of death. Nowadays many younger people also smoke cigarettes &/or marijuana, take recreational drugs, & drink alcohol, etc. Some of these “products” are frequently laced with harmful drugs (fentanyl), or even toxic chemicals. Even vaping has been shown in some cases to have serious consequences including death! In addition, fast food consumption has also dramatically increased, causing Type 2 Diabetes (which used to be called adult onset diabetes) to sky rocket in children & young adults. Many young adults and children are less physically active, and many of us are leading more sedentary lives, thanks in part to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are just a few of the lifestyle changes that are being seen. Statistics shouldn’t be ignored, but they are also just a part of the bigger picture.🧐

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Lorret Clark January 20, 2023 - 3:19 AM - 3:19 AM

Guess none of you has read any of the CDC reports lately that show a definite link between the shots and the rise is heart related deaths. Don’t accuse someone of false information until you have your own facts straight. Your reply is spoken like someone who has sipped the Kool Ade at the least. Within every ‘conspiracy theory ‘ lies a certain amount of truth. Respect your elders and don’t just act like because she is 81 she must be senile. How rude!

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Oh, please January 18, 2023 - 4:31 PM - 4:31 PM

Homeless OD. You are thinking it too!

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Concerned January 18, 2023 - 8:56 PM - 8:56 PM

Probably the same guy thats been using the covered bus stop on the path as you leave the station heading to the traffic light at WC Bart as his personal cabin for about 2 years.

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Bella January 18, 2023 - 8:31 PM - 8:31 PM

January 2023 has had an interesting start to say the least.

Sally Jorgensen January 19, 2023 - 2:29 PM - 2:29 PM

@ SHAN, a very dear friend of mine told me of a book forwarded by RFK Jr. entitled, “Cause Unknown” The Epidemic Of Sudden Deaths In 2021 And 2022. The author, Edward Dowd, is a world renowned statistician and analyst who has studied financial trends and otherwise for three plus decades.

Since 2021, he has focused his attention on identifying trends tgat prove there has been a huge spike in sudden and unexplained deaths here and throughout the world. He focuses on young athletes and otherwise here and abroad.

His research shows that there has been an approximate 1,200% rise in such deaths since the vaccines were implemented in 2021 which far exceeds any other deaths over any years pevious to 202. He is very careful in his analysis/ses when citing each specific case with documented evidence proving the claims he makes are supported thus correct.

After being in the mainsteam media spotlight for decades due to his acumen as an expert statistician and trend analyst, he has now found himself alienated from mainstream news outlets. I find this very concerning.

I hope you and others purchase his book to read his troubling but important findings.

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Badge1104 January 19, 2023 - 9:25 AM - 9:25 AM

Sorry to be so negative, but I wait there at that area for my bus, there are a lot of transients that hang out there. They visit the homeless assistant center on Trinity and are headed back to concord. I’m guessing it’s probably one of those poor souls

Sally Jorgensen January 19, 2023 - 8:39 PM - 8:39 PM

Hi Cheryl, I appreciate you responding to my message, but I believe you must have missed my additional message responding to SHAN in another message below yours. It explains much of what you challenge me on.

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