Minneapolis School Teacher Collapses in Classroom, Dies Unexpectedly

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A charter school teacher with a reputation for inspiring students collapsed unexpectedly in her science classroom Tuesday, reports Kare 11. She died later the same day in the hospital reported the Star Tribune.
The Pioneer Press reports that Lori Blomme, 40, lost consciousness in front of her students at Northeast Minneapolis school Menlo Park Academy on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Sources at the Pioneer Press said she informed students she was "feeling faint" prior to the collapse.
Kare 11 reports her students were moved to the gym while paramedics attempted to revive Blomme. Students returned slowly to their normal school schedule Wednesday, said Kare 11.
The Star Tribune reports Blomme lived in south Minneapolis and leaves behind a husband and two daughters, ages 6 and 8. Her funeral is Friday at Church of the Holy Name, 3637 11th Ave. S., Minneapolis.

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