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An Asthma Attack Was Behind T.I.’s Sister’s Death

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The reason for T.I.’s older sister’s death has been made public by official police reports.

Last week, Precious Harris was involved in a serious car accident in Atlanta, Georgia. She was then rushed to a neighboring hospital and placed in ICU, until further notice. During that time, T.I. and his wife, Tiny Harris, suspended production on the filming of Friends & Family Hustle. Unfortunately, Precious did not survive. After a week in ICU, she died on Friday.

Today, police records reveal what caused the accident to occur, according to TMZ. Apparently, Precious has a history of asthma and suffered an asthma attack in the moments leading up to the crash. Police records state that the attack caused Precious to pass out, while behind the wheel. As a result, the 2013 Dodge Avenger veered off the road and struck a pole. Riding in the passenger seat was her Kairi Chapman, T.I.’s grandniece. Chapman did not receive any serious injury.

Precious was only 66-years-old.

Thoughts? How do you think T.I. is handling the ordeal of losing a loved one? Do you have words of advice for him? In the comment section, share your thoughts.

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