Michigan Girl Dies After Attending SLIPKNOT Concert

Danielle Quisenberry of Central Michigan Life reports that Alecia Holst had no idea when she left for Detroit Friday night (April 16) to attend a SLIPKNOT concert at Harpos Concert Theatre that it would be her last.

Holst did not return to Mount Pleasant. While at the concert, she went into sudden cardiac arrest, her heart failed and she was rushed to St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit where she died Tuesday night. She was 21.

Doctors are unsure what caused the arrest. Drugs or alcohol were not a factor.

Her friends at CMU, the same friends she had at Thornapple Kellogg High School in Middleville, where she spent her young life, will remember her as the smiling, but stubborn girl who kept them grounded. [Read more]

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