A night on a karaoke bar turned deadly to this Singaporean female model as she suddenly felt numbness in half her body, along with a headache shortly after hitting some few high notes on one of her requested songs.
Two weeks ago, a gorgeous Singaporean model unfortunately slipped in to coma and passed away after attending a karaoke session with her friends. The 28-year-old was identified as Karen Stella Wong, who’s a famous model at car shows and exhibitions.
According to China Press, Karen had gone to a karaoke bar located in Neil Road on 12 December. Everything was fine until she suddenly felt pain while singing her song. While going for the high-pitched note, she began feeling uncomfortable and even complained about having a severe headache. Besides, she also felt numb on one side of her body. Sensing something was wrong, her friends immediately sent her to the hospital. Sadly, she slipped in to coma shortly after. Her friends and family rushed to the hospital to visit her while some of her friends posted on Facebook to pray for her.
On 15 December, Karen unfortunately passed away after being in coma for three days. Her father told reporters that doctors certified her cause of death as acute intracerebral haemorrhage, where bleeding occurs within the skull.
Her mother was undoubtedly devastated as Karen was her only daughter.
“If I can hear my daughter’s voice and see the smile on her face, that would be my biggest wish for this Christmas,” her mother wrote on her own Facebook wall on 21 December.
Karen’s body was cremated on 20 December with close to a hundred people attending her wake before the cremation ceremony. Many of her friends were saddened by her departure as she had a sweet and lovely personality.
Her Father said his daughter was a cheerful girl who loved to joke, and hardly gave him any problem.
“I remember her last words to me before she left the house for her night out with her friends.
“She said, ‘Daddy, I’m going out’, and she continued joking with the maid and my mother as she closed the door.”
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SOURCE: Straits Times