A boy aged 18 died two days after fainting during the Baccalaureate exam. He was studying at the Financial-Banking College and lost consciousness during the Romanian language exam sat at the Baccalaureate Center inside “B.P.Hașdeu” Lyceum in Chisinau, IPN reports.
The boy lived in Măgdăcești village of Criuleni district. The mayor of Măgdăcești Liuba Cojocaru said the student was the only child in the family. “I don’t know if the boy suffered from a disease. We know that he was calm, composed and healthy. He was brought up in a very good family and was well-educated. He never missed anything and didn’t face problems. What happened now is inexplicable. This is a real tragedy,” said the mayor.
According to Liuba Cojocaru, the boy was rushed to the hospital and was operated. The doctors did their best, but he could not be saved. The teen was educated by his mother and his grandmother as his father died when he was seven.
According to the newspaper Ziarul de Gardă, which discussed with sources from the Neurology and Neurosurgery Institute, the boy died as a result of cerebral venous thrombosis after suffering cerebral venous infarction.
The student will be buried in the cemetery of the neighboring village Drăsliceni, near his father, on June 13.