After battling the new coronavirus, a Michigan couple who had been married for nearly 50 years died in seconds.
Jackson State Patricia and Leslie “LD” McWaters died on Nov. 24 “within minutes” – read in their obituary.
“They did almost everything together, so it’s no surprise that they were with the Lord at the same minute. The hospital staff caring for them, having lost their battle against Covid, was said to be too close to be called. At exactly the same time, Tuesday, November 24, 2020, at 4:23 p.m., they recorded their deaths. Those of us who know them know that Mom went first and said, “LD, it’s time to go!” ”- stands.
The couple died at Henry Ford Allegiance Hospital, Detroit News reports. Patricia, a former nurse, was 78 years old, and Leslie, a former truck driver and veteran of the U.S. Navy Reserve, was 75 years old.
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One of the couple’s two daughters, Joanna Sisk, told Detroit News that her mother got sick for the first time in about two weeks.
“They were both fine until they got the COVID,” she said. “My mother went to the hospital and was sent home and told what they were telling people – to take care of herself and stay in place.”
Sisk said his father got the virus from his mother after he returned home. The couple were taken to hospital on November 17, about a week before the deceased. They were located on the same floor of the hospital, though not in the same room.
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“The time of both of their death certificates is 16:23 because [the difference] it was too close to call, “Sisk told the newspaper.” It’s like they met right after they died and went up to heaven together. “
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The couple’s two daughters, three grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and “many good friends” survived, according to the obituary.