Young mum dies suddenly after dropping her son off at school

A young mum died suddenly after shouting for help from the doorway of her home.

Megan Creevy, 28, had dropped her son off at school and returned home to complete some housework before she collapsed on September 7.

Megan was midway through running herself a bath when she was seen crouched over in the doorway of her Anfield home shouting for help, reports Liverpool Echo.

As a passer-by rushed over to assist her, Megan had collapsed and stopped breathing.

The woman dialled 999 and she was rushed to Royal Liverpool Hospital but she could sadly not be resuscitated.

Megan was pronounced dead at 1.52pm that day after suffering from a cardiac arrest.

She leaves behind her partner of eleven years and three children including a son aged nine, a daughter aged three and a 14-year-old step son.

Megan had a “beautiful, bright, infectious smile that lit up a room.”

Megan’s mother-in-law Jeanette Storey, 52, described her as a “generous and giving” person with a “bright, infectious smile.”

Jeanette said: “She was loved by so many people and is missed by everyone who knew her.

“She lived for her family – her partner of eleven years and her two children, a son aged nine and a daughter, aged three.

“Her partner’s older son, aged 14, Megan treated as her own and they had a wonderful, close relationship.”

A Just Giving page set up by family friends Tony and Leanne has raised over £2,200 so far.

All money raised will go towards the cost of Megan’s funeral and to support her partner and children at this time.

On the day she died, Megan’s partner returned home that night to find their house completely flooded from the upstairs bathroom and landing through to downstairs because the bath had been left running for hours.

Megan’s cries for help were recorded on a security camera in her house, which Jeanette said made “extremely distressing listening” but was necessary in helping them to try and find answers about what happened.

A post-mortem into her death was carried out but proved inconclusive.

Following a further medical investigation over the past month, the cause of death was listed as Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome.

This is when someone dies suddenly and unexpectedly from a cardiac arrest, but the cause of the cardiac arrest can’t be found.

Megan’s funeral will be held on Monday November 1, at St Teresa’s Church in Norris Green.

Paying tribute to Megan, Jeanette said: “She had a beautiful, bright, infectious smile that lit up a room.

“She was always concerned if everyone else was okay. She was generous and giving – nothing was ever too much trouble and she would give anyone in need the shirt off her back.

“She loved animals in any shape or form and kept many different species over the years. She adored her four dogs, her ‘fur babies’ as she called them. “

If you could like to donate to the Just Giving Page click here.

Don’t miss the latest news from around Scotland and beyond – Sign up to our daily newsletter here.

Most Related Links :
todayuknews Governmental News Finance News

Source link

Back to top button
Native News Post