Russell Giroux Obituary – A guy who was 60 years old passed away on Tuesday as a consequence of injuries sustained in a brawl that occurred at a middle school basketball game in Alburgh, Vermont. The brawl involved fans at the game. Following the altercation, 60-year-old Russell Giroux of Alburgh, Vermont, requested medical attention, and he was subsequently transported by ambulance to the Northwestern Medical Center in St. Albans. The Vermont State Police are looking into the circumstances surrounding the passing of Russell Giroux as part of an ongoing investigation.
After his arrival at the hospital, it was found that it was too late to save him and he was pronounced dead. A report of a “big brawl” involving attendees of a game that was being played by seventh- and eighth-grade boys from Alburgh and St. Albans prompted the state police to be called to the Alburgh Community Education Center on Tuesday evening just before 7 o’clock, as stated in a news release. The game in question was being played by boys from both Alburgh and St. Albans.
According to the police, by the time the soldiers arrived, the conflict had already been completed, and the majority of those who had participated in it had already left. The cops were not forthcoming with information regarding Giroux’s motivation for seeking medical attention. The press statement states that he was “one of” the people who took part in the confrontation that took place and that he was there during the incident.
An investigation into the circumstances surrounding Giroux’s passing has been opened by both the state police and the office of the state’s attorney for Grand Isle. The Chief Medical Examiner’s Office in Burlington will conduct an autopsy on his remains in order to determine the circumstances surrounding his passing as well as the cause of death. The results of the autopsy will be made public.