A former Detroit news anchor died just one day after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, according to reports.
Karen Hudson-Samuels, 68, worked for over four decades in Detroit as an anchor, producer and news director before she died Tuesday.
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Hudson-Samuels’ husband found her dead in her home. She had received the COVID-19 vaccine only one day earlier, but no official cause of death has been given.
“We suspect it may have just been a stroke but because of the normal side effects of the vaccine it may have masked that,” said Cliff Samuels, her husband. “Hopefully we’ll know soon from the autopsy report.”
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Hudson-Samuels got her start at WGPR-TV, the country’s first Black-owned and operated television station.
She was an instrumental part in the American Black Journal Roadshow to help preserve WGPR’s legacy, according to One Detroit Public TV.
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WWJ reporter Vicki Thomas described Hudson-Samuels as a “beautiful person,” saying that her passing is a “huge loss” for the community, according to CBS Detroit.