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More Details Released on Passing of Dallas McCarver

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It was previously reported that bodybuilder Dallas “Big Country” McCarver passed away this week after reports of choking on food at his Florida home. McCarver was the boyfriend of WWE Superstar Dana Brooke who says he was found unconscious Monday evening by a friend

The 911 call made by a friend was released by TMZ. The friend found McCarver passed out after apparently choking on his food and tried to perform CPR and other maneuvers to help but was unable to revive MCarver

 

The friend stated that MCarver had been taking insulin and the collapse could have been result of a medical condition.

The last time McCarver had collapsed was while onstage during a bodybuilding event last March. McCarver’s friend believes a similar event could have occured while he was eating hitch could have led to his fatal choking episode

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