Emmy-Winning 'ABC News' Producer And Journalist Alexa Valiente Dies At 27 Years Old

April 10, 2019 15:16

Alexa Valiente's life was full of career opportunities and self-development. She was a journalist/producer and a part of a leadership program at ABC News as well as the honored member of Asian-American Journalist Association.

Besides, the young talent won Emmy Awards for her heartfelt coverage of Las Vegas shooting in 2017, titled 'Las Vegas: Heartbreak and Heroes'.

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Her demise

Deaths are such an indescribable burden, especially the young ones, whose lives are cut so damn short. 

On April 5, ABC News producer for six years, Alexa Valiente, died at the age of 27. It is believed she was suffering from severe health issues, but the official cause is still unannounced. 

President of ABC News, James Goldston, claimed everybody is deeply shattered over such a gruesome situation.

Always a friendly face in the halls, she had an upbeat spirit, a curious and brilliant mind, and a real passion to see the world.

Alexa Valiente was a beacon of hope and affection in this life. According to many co-workers, she was a bright human being and tenacious journalist, whose passion could fill every room. 

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Her ABC News colleagues set up a GoFundMe for Valiente’s family, raising more than $8,000 so far — surpassing their $1,000 goal. 


Rest in peace, young soul! May you be in a better world. 

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