So Young! 'Fox News' Commentator And Staff Writer Bre Payton Passes Away From Flu At 26

Date January 9, 2019 15:07

26-year-old staff writer and commentator at Fox News Bre Payton passed away following the sudden illness. According to some statements, the woman was lively, open-minded, and positive at and outside work, and the news was devastating for everybody. 


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Several days before her last chapter, the overall health conditional was worsening more and more. Following a CT scan and extensive testing, Bre was diagnosed with the H1N1 flu and meningitis.


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Colleagues mourned the mortality of Fox News commentator Bre Payton on social media, harboring harsh feelings, sadness, and despair for some of her beloved ones. 

Let's keep Bre Payton in our thoughts and prayers. 

How people reacted

Not only her family members, friends, and colleagues expressed their feelings, but also other people, who happened to love Bre for her work and aspiration. 

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Hate the flu!

Indeed, some people don't even want to think about any diseases and believe it will pass as soon as it comes. However, flu can be dangerous and tricky from time to time. It is essential to take care of overall well-being and do vaccinations to prevent the body from being affected by hazardous illness. Try to reconsider taking some measures if you haven't done so yet. 

You know, we always cry over somebody's collapse, mourn, and stay in grief for a long time, but actually, we should feel sorry for those who remain. J.K. Rowling wrote, “Do not pity the dead, Harry. Pity the living, and, above all those who live without love.” Rest in Peace, Bre. 

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