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    Lucinda Daniels (44) died from a stroke after she collapsed while running onto the fied during her son's football game

    A California mom is being remembered for her selflessness, even in death, after she collapsed on the field during her son's football game.

    Lucinda Daniels, a mom of four, ran to the side of her son Dillon, a varsity football player at Mountain View High School in Mountain View, California, when he was injured in game on Aug. 25.

    While by Dillon's side, Daniels collapsed after suffering a stroke, the high school's principal Kip Glazer told "Good Morning America."

    She was rushed to a local hospital, where she later suffered a second stroke, according to Glazer.

    Less than a week later, on Aug. 30, Daniels died, leaving behind four children ranging in age from 10 to 20, as well as her husband Dale.

    Daniels, 44, died on Wednesday morning, according to a close family friend. Her mother, Olga Gonzalez, first told KTVU of Lucinda?s death on Wednesday evening.

    ?She was a really, really, good mom,? Gonzalez told the station. ?She was a good football mom, too. Her happiest place was there.?

    She first collapsed last Friday, when she rushed down from the stands at a Mountain View football game to check on her injured son, Dillon, who broke his leg and dislocated his ankle.

    Dillon?s dad, Dale, passed out on the field before Lucinda collapsed. Dale checked out OK but Lucinda was rushed to the hospital and determined to have suffered a stroke, according to family friends. A second stroke Saturday left her without brain activity. An organ donor, Daniels was put on life support while medical officials searched for matches.

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    How horribly sad.

    Here is her husband:

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    The husband fainted too? I wonder how hot it was outside?

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    This is so tragic. She's a hero though. She's an organ donor and I commend her family for encouraging the process so others can live. Rest in peace, Lucinda
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    The husband fainted too? I wonder how hot it was outside?
    Seriously, what the hell? Their kid gets injured, the dad passes out, the mom has a stroke...

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