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Family of TV producer brain-damaged after eating nuts reveal their pain when hearing a teenage girl who died …

Family of TV producer brain-damaged after eating nuts reveal their pain when hearing a teenage girl who died …

The family of the high-flying producer of this morning left the brain after eating nuts and described learning the fate of a teenager who died after an allergic reaction to a pretbaguette as & # 39; terrible & # 39 ;.

Amy May Shead, 30, was with friends in Budapest in 2014 when she only took one bite of a chicken and rice dish with nuts and received an almost fatal anaphylactic reaction.

Two doses of her EpiPen could not contain the reaction and the emergency services were called, but Amy was starved for almost six minutes by oxygen and was left in a coma with severe brain damage.

It turned out this week that Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, 15, died in July 2016 after an allergic reaction to a baguette of Pret A Manger, which contained sesame despite the fact that it was not on the ingredients list.

On this morning, Shead's aunt Julie Martin and her cousin Tom said that when they heard about Natasha's death, they had the same feeling as when Amy was struck by her injury and it's terribly odd. ; mentioned that something like that happened again.

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