Erica Garner on Life Support After Suffering Heart Attack

Daughter of Eric Garner man who died after police chokehold hospitalized

Daughter of Eric Garner man who died after police chokehold hospitalized

Erica Garner, the oldest daughter of Eric Garner and an activist against police brutality, was in a medically induced coma Monday after a heart attack, the New York Daily News reported.

Erica Garner became a police reform advocate after her father Eric Garner died during an arrest three years ago.

Erica's foster mother, Tanya Goode, told the Daily News while leaving the Brooklyn hospital: "Erica is on life support".

As far as the current situation, Snipes-Garner says it's a waiting game for her daughter, filled with family prayers and loving support. "I've absolutely discovered what I want to do with my life", she said.

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Erica Garner's sister, Emerald Snipes, shared in a Facebook post that Garner's condition didn't appear to be improving when she left an unnamed hospital following a visit on Christmas Eve. By Sunday night, Garner was in critical condition. Doctors said the pregnancy had put a strain on her heart, which was later found to be enlarged. "At this moment there are no updates", the family said. They ask that you take this holiday to enjoy your loved ones and for self care.

He would later go into cardiac arrest and die.

Erica Garner has two children - an eight-year-old daughter and a baby boy who was born this past August. "More updates will come as they are available".

Eric Garner was an unarmed black man whose 2014 death at the hands of New York City police sparked protests.

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Eric Garner, a dark man who kicked the bucket in 2014 after a white NYPD officer place him in a strangle hold, was recorded a few times telling the officer, "I can't relax". She named him Eric, after her dad.

A video of the 2014 confrontation showed a writhing Garner repeatedly telling arresting officers that he was unable to breathe. She was an outspoken supporter of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders during the 2016 election.

"I just left the hospital and it's not looking good. She get on my last nerve but I'd rather fight with my sister then to lose her".

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