Tim Zook became ill 2-and-a-half hours after his second dose of Pfizer’s vaccine, and died four days later. An autopsy showed an enlarged heart — consistent with myocarditis now linked to mRNA COVID vaccines — but the coroner ruled out the vaccine as cause of death.
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Tim Zook, an x-ray technologist at South Coast Global Medical Center in Santa Ana, was hospitalized Jan. 5 — just hours after being vaccinated. Zook’s wife, Rochelle Zook, told the Orange County Register her husband’s health rapidly deteriorated after receiving his second dose of Pfizer’s vaccine. Tim Zook died Jan. 9.
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An autopsy report released Wednesday found Tim Zook’s heart was severely enlarged, thicker than normal and dilated. “There is a focus of severe coronary artery disease,” according to the report, which also said Tim Zook’s heart valves showed mild-to-moderate calcium deposits.
There was no mention of inflammation in Tim Zook’s autopsy report, and no mention of vaccination playing a role in his death.
Still, Rochelle Zook, Tim’s widow, is not convinced her husband’s death is unrelated to the vaccine.
“Heart enlargement? How did his heart get enlarged?” Rochelle Zook said. “He had been seeing a doctor and getting checkups and tests — no one mentioned an enlarged heart.”
Tim Zook was “quite healthy,” his wife said shortly after her husband’s death,