ARCHIE BATTERSBEE has died in hospital after his life support machine was switched off, following a long-running legal battle.
Archie’s mum Hollie confirmed that the 12-year-old had passed away at 12.15pm, on August 6, 2022. If you search for Archie Battersbee Accident Video link. Then this is the right place for you. here we shared the video link with you.
Archie Battersbee Accident Video
Archie’s mother, Hollie Dance, believes he sustained his brain damage from taking part in a viral social media challenge, after she found him unconscious at their home on 7 April, 2022. So most of people now search on the internet for Archie Battersbee Accident Video. So here we shared the video link, You can watch this video online & can also download it.
The trend is known as ‘the blackout challenge’ (also the ‘choking challenge’ or the ‘pass-out challenge’) and is one of the latest in a series of dangerous trends surfacing on TikTok. The challenge has already resulted in the deaths of eight-year-old Lalani Erika Renee Walton from Texas(opens in new tab) and nine-year-old Arriani Jaileen Arroyo from Wisconsin. Both the girls were apparently avid TikTok users and liked to post videos on the app.
What Happended with Archie Battersbee
The blackout challenge results in a lack of oxygen to the brain, which can be deadly. Although it’s not known for certain if Archie was attempting the challenge, his mother believes this to be the case, after she found him with a ligature (a piece of knotted or tied fabric) round his head.
Dr Nick Flynn(opens in new tab) explained to the Irish Examiner(opens in new tab) the effects of the blackout challenge. He said: “What is actually going on in the brain is a lack of oxygen similar to when someone is drowning, choking, or having a cardiac arrest. If you have low oxygen to the brain for over three minutes you can get brain damage and if you have low oxygen to the brain for over five minutes it can result in death.”
How was Archie Battersbee after the accident?
Archie had been on life-support at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, with his family by his side.
He didn’t regain consciousness after the accident.
On August 3, 2022, his parents were given a deadline to file an application with the High Court to move Archie from the hospital to a hospice for his final hours.
Doctors warned there was a “significant risk” in moving him.
On June 6, 2022, a specialist told a court scans showed parts of Archie’s brain were dead and decaying and said the “chance of recovery is very low”.
At an earlier hearing, one specialist told the judge he thought scans showed the youngster had suffered “irretrievable” damage to his brain.
Two other specialists said they thought tests showed he was “brain-stem dead”.
His parents Hollie Dance and Paul Battersbee said his heart was still beating and therefore wanted treatment to continue.
Mum Hollie said in June 18, 2022 that Archie had squeezed her hand and she would continue to fight for his life.
How did Archie Battersbee Die?
After over a week at his bedside, Hollie said: “It’s a freak accident which resulted in a brain injury and I’m just reliving it constantly.
“To be honest the doctors are saying negative stuff, he’s not responding, but we do hold hope.
“I feel he needs a bit of time.”