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Who is New Jersey Family Member: Everything You Need To Know About Grace Fusco

Grace Fusco Biography – Wiki

Grace Fusco is identified as New Jersey family member who is mother of 11 children from Freehold and died Wednesday at CentraState Medical Center. Her son had reportedly died that same day at St. Luke’s University Hospital-Bethlehem Campus in Pennsylvania. It is reported that both had tested positive for the coronavirus.

She was 73 years old.

Grace Fusco Marriage Life

The New Jersey mom is survived by her late husband Vincenzo Fusco, who was from Monte Fort, Italy and died at the age of 74 in 2017. The couple produced 11 children, including the eldest of all, Rita, followed by Carmine, Antonia, Vincent Jr, Brigida, Adriana, Joseph, Paul, Peter, Maria and Elizabeth.

Grace Fusco Daughter, Rita Fusco and Son ,Carmine Fusco

Her daughter is identified as 55-year-old Rita Fusco, who was a parishioner and a confirmation teacher in the Co-Cathedral of St. Robert Bellarmine. She had reportedly been announce dead last Friday at the hospital in New Jersey due to coronavirus. She is declared to be the 2nd person to have died in New Jersey from COVID-19.

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On the other hand, her son is identified as Carmine Fusco who was a New York- and New Jersey-based horse racing trainer. He had reportedly been announced dead at the same day his mother died at St. Luke’s University Hospital-Bethlehem Campus in Pennsylvania.

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Grace Fusco, Daughter and Son Dead While 4 Other Members Hospitalized

Mother, her son and daughter all died – and four other relatives remained hospitalized in critical condition – after contracting the coronavirus at a recent family gathering, according to reports.

Four other family members remained hospitalized in critical condition as of Wednesday, reports said. Nineteen additional relatives, including spouses and children of those hospitalized, have been tested for the coronavirus and have quarantined themselves in their separate homes before results become available.

“To imagine a week ago to get a phone call like this — if someone told me this story, I wouldn’t believe it,” Roseann Paradiso Fodera, a cousin serving as the family’s attorney, told NJ.com. “It’s inconceivable to me.”

It is believed the novel virus spread between relatives at a recent family gathering on March 10.

Investigation Reports

At least 427 people in New Jersey were infected as of Thursday morning, according to Johns Hopkins University. The death toll stood at five people, including the mother and daughter from Freehold and Brennan.

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