On Monday, broadcasters Sarah Harris and Angela Bishop paid homage to Erin Jayne Plummer, describing her as a “beautiful” mother of three who “brightened up our mornings with her cheerful energy and dazzling grin.” Announcing Erin’s death on Monday, a somber Sarah Harris said: ‘We’ve got some really sad news to share this morning. ‘Over the weekend, Studio 10 lost a bit of its sparkle with our friend and advertorial host Erin Jayne passing away suddenly. ‘For two decades, Erin has been a friendly and familiar face on Australian telly, and for a lot of that she’s been brightening up our mornings with her bubbly personality and megawatt smile.
From the internet media, Erin Jayne Plummer cause of death is due to sudden heart attack.
Why is a heart attack the major cause of death for swimmers?
Swimming is a terrific way to become and stay in shape, but there is growing evidence that swimmers, especially those who participate in open water or triathlons, are at risk of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (hi-per-TRO-fic CAR- dee-oh-my-OP-a-thee), commonly known as HCM, is the most common cause of sudden death in athletes. HCM is a heart disorder characterized by abnormal thickening of the heart muscle. It can lead to significant heart rhythm issues and blood flow obstructions.
Her friends and co-workers are missing her so much
A memorial service for Erin will be conducted on Wednesday at her favorite beach in Sydney, according to the Facebook group.
Lifeline, a 24-hour crisis assistance and suicide prevention program, listed on the notification.
Erin remembered fondly by friends and former coworkers.
‘Love you, darling Ez, always the life of the party eating red frogs and drinking warm milk,’ one friend wrote alongside an image of Erin doing just that.
‘One time Erin needed a Merman for a gig at The Aquarium in Darling Harbour. Fun time, as it always was for our Erin, every time I called, texted or saw her,’ another recalled, posting a photo of Erin in a mermaid costume.
Another World Champion Swimmer died at 26 due to heart attack
Alexander Dale Oen, a world champion swimmer and one of Norway’s top medal chances for the 2012 Olympics in London, died while training in Flagstaff, Arizona. He was 26.
In a phone conversation with The Associated Press, Per Rune Eknes, the head of the Norwegian Swimming Federation, said Dale Oen died of heart arrest.
The federation stated in a statement that the world champion in the 100-meter breaststroke discovered unconscious on the floor of his bathroom late Monday. He brought to Flagstaff Medical Center and pronounced dead there.
Starla Collins, a hospital spokesperson, confirmed the death but gave no other details.
Dale Oen won the 100 breaststroke at last year’s world championships in Shanghai. Bringing much-needed joy to Norway just three days after right-wing fanatic Anders Breivik massacred 77 people, including children at a vacation camp.