Mother, 25, dies after falling out of bed and suffering a seizure
‘Beautiful’ mother, 25, dies after falling out of bed at night and suffering a seizure – leaving behind a two-year-old daughter
- Natasha Simpson, from Rhyl, north Wales, suffered ‘catastrophic bleed’ on brain
- Mother-of-one was rendered ‘brain dead’ and pronounced dead two days later
- Her two-year-old daughter Naylah is ‘completely destroyed’ at loss of her mother
A 25-year-old mother has died after falling out of bed at night and suffering from a seizure, leaving behind her two-year-old daughter.
In the early hours of Sunday 3 July, Natasha Simpson, from Rhyl, north Wales, was airlifted over 100 miles to a specialist unit in a Stoke hospital after her fall, but on the way she suffered a ‘catastrophic bleed’.
Doctors found an aneurysm in her brain which had began to rupture and placed her on life support. The mother-of-one was rendered ‘brain dead’ and was pronounced dead two days later.
Natasha Simpson, 25, from Rhyl, north Wales, pictured with her two-year-old daughter Naylah, died after falling out of bed in the early hours of Sunday 3 July and suffering from a seizure
Her devastated family has agreed to donate the young mother’s organs.
The sister-in-law of Natasha’s mother Debbie set up a GoFundme page to raise funds for Natasha’s funeral and her two-year-old daughter Naylah who is ‘completely destroyed at the loss of her mother’.
Her mother, nicknamed Tasha, was described as ‘so full of life with everything to live for’.
The page adds: ‘Debbie, Tasha’s 59-year-old mother, is also having such a hard time both financially and emotionally.
Doctors found an aneurysm in her brain which had began to rupture and placed her on life support before she was pronounced dead two days later. Her two-year-old daughter Naylah, pictured together, is ‘completely destroyed at the loss of her mother’
‘Not only has she lost her daughter and best friend but she now finds herself looking after Tasha’s daughter who is also grieving. Debbie isn’t in great health herself so is reliant on benefits.
‘And, because no-one expects to lose their daughter at 25, no funeral plans had been put in place.
‘We’re just trying to raise some money to help with the funeral and to give Naylah a couple of days out.
‘Maybe a little holiday once the funeral is over. Something nice for her to help ease the grief.’
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