Wow! This is crazy! Hard to believe it can come outta nowhere.

KFOR.com

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EDMOND, Okla. — So far this flu season 17 Oklahomans have died of flu-related illness.

One Edmond family lost their 13-year-old son on the very same day he was diagnosed with influenza.

Riley Andrews, 13, had been under the weather for weeks.

He had a low-grade fever and felt crummy, according to his mom, Tami Andrews.

On Dec. 26, 2012, Tami Andrews finally insisted that Riley go see a family physician to figure out what was wrong.

Riley Andrews was a special kid; a talented artist and a skilled athlete.

He played catcher and second base on a team his father coached.

He loved the guitar.

Riley wanted more than anything to play college baseball for the OSU Cowboys.

The Andrews are a big blended family with five sons between them.

Tami has two sons and Frank has two sons; Riley was their only child together.

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