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Girl 14 died from heart attack after Monster Energy drink FDA launches probe five deaths beverage
Girl, 14, 'died from heart attack after just two cans of Monster Energy drink' as FDA launches probe into five deaths from popular beverage Anais Fournier, from Maryland, had heart attack brought on by 'caffeine toxicity' two days before Christmas last year Her parents have launched wrongful death suit over 'death trap' drink Monster is the leading US energy drink by volume with 39% of market Energy drink, described by the company as 'killer energy brew', contains seven times the amount of caffeine as can of cola Monster Beverage has been sued by the family of a 14-year-old girl who died after she had just two cans of the energy drink. The Food and Drug Administration announced today it was investigating reports of five deaths associated with the drink and one non-fatal heart attack, prompting the company's shares to fall 14 per cent. Anais Fournier, died on December 23, 2011 from a heart attack brought on by 'caffeine toxicity' after drinking two 24-ounce Monster cans within 24 hours. Toxic: The parents of Anais Fournier, who died from caffeine toxicity after two cans of Monster energy drink, have filed a lawsuit The FDA reported people had adverse reactions after they consumed Monster Energy Drink, The wrongful death suit, filed in California Superior Court in Riverside, said that after drinking two 24-ounce cans of Monster Energy on consecutive days, Anais went into cardiac arrest. An autopsy revealed the teenager, from Hagerstown, Maryland, died of cardiac arrhythmia ...
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