UPDATE: Rev CB Moss “soldiering on”, still in medically-induced coma

UPDATE: Rev CB Moss “soldiering on”, still in medically-induced coma
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NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Beloved pastor and community leader Rev Carlton “CB” Moss remains in a medically-induced coma after he collapsed while attending the Majority Rule church service on Tuesday.

In a statement, family members said his medical team have advised the Bahamas Against Crime executive director was “soldiering on” remarkably.

“Rev. Moss’ family had an opportunity to consult with the medical professionals charged with his care. According to a senior and accomplished physician on Rev Moss’ medical team, “Remarkably by the Grace of God he is soldiering on”,” the statement read.

“Rev. Moss is showing positive response to tests and treatments given. Currently, he remains in a medically-induced coma as a comprehensive plan of action has been established and is being executed.

The statement continued: “Although Rev Moss is critically ill, the family is confident that the healthcare professionals assigned to him will provide the necessary care to achieve the best outcome.

“Rev. Moss’ wife and family appreciate the outpouring of love and support thus far and ask those who know the virtue of prayer to continue to stand in the gap for Rev Moss.

The statement added: “I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust” – Psalms 91:2”

About Ava Turnquest

Ava Turnquest is the head of the Digital Department at Eyewitness News. Her most notable beat coverage spans but is not limited to politics, immigration and human rights, with a focus especially on minority groups. In 2018, she was nominated by the Bahamas Press Club for “The Eric Wilmott Award for Investigative Journalism”. Ava is deeply motivated by her passion about the role of fourth estate, and uses her pen to inform, educate and sensitize the public.


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