Mother Collapses And Dies In Unused Hospital Stairwell After She Turned Wrong While Visiting Premature Child
A new mother died only days later she gave birth as it was reported that she got lost and collapsed in a disused stairwell of a hospital when she was returning after viewing her newborn son.
The 34-year-old was in her pajamas and slippers later she gave birth on December 6, when she had been discovered in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. It’s thought that the mother dropped on December 10 after taking a wrong turn when returning to her room in the neonatal ward, where she saw her newborn son Murray
The Daily Mail reported the ambitious darts player, that reached the last 32 from the Women’s World Experts in 2016, was declared dead soon after she had been discovered. Family friends said that Murray was born weighing only 3lbs 7oz later Cox endured from pre-eclampsia, and it can be.
MISSING: Amanda Cox, 34, was last seen in the area of Edinburgh Royal Infirmary around 3pm today.
Amanda is from the Peebles area and may have travelled there.
She was last seen wearing a short sleeved navy blue t-shirt, black & white pattern pyjama bottoms and white slippers. pic.twitter.com/y5bNywfHls
— Radio Forth News (@RadioForthNews) December 10, 2018
Cox’s household in Peebles are attempting to work out what occurred and have been reportedly devastated by the information.
It was likely to find a specialist and is known that the mother was suffering from migraines. Authorities said they treated her death. An investigation was launched into the events surrounding her disappearance. Cox has been discovered at 10 pm and was reported missing about 3 pm on December 10.
Police Scotland have stated a”sudden death” report was delivered to the procurator fiscal in Edinburgh and also a comprehensive autopsy will be carried out to get the precise cause of death.
MISSING PERSON – UPDATE
We can confirm that missing woman Amanda Cox was discovered collapsed within the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary around 10pm on 10 December & passed away a short time later. Our thoughts are with her family & friends.
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— Edinburgh Police (@EdinburghPolice) December 11, 2018
A family friend said:”Amanda was suffering discomfort even before she’d been at the hospital for the arrival and was expected to visit a specialist. She arrived from the ward and went back into her room for drug however, took a wrong turning. They believe it was a brain hemorrhage or even a stroke or heart attack but we’ll only have to wait for the post-mortem.”
The identical friend added:”She’d infant Murray last Thursday as a consequence of getting pre-eclampsia. After moving from Borders General Hospital Murray appears to be doing OK, even though he had been only 3lb 7oz when born”
Former Women’s World Masters Champion Deta Hedman posted a note on social media: “Stunned to hear of the passing away of Amanda Cox so young, had many a battle on the oche over the years, my and Paul’s condolences to the family. RIP Amanda.”
A spokesperson for Darts Scotland said in a statement: “So sad to hear the news that Amanda Cox has passed away. Condolences to her family from all at Darts Scotland.”
Police Scotland said in a statement: “We can confirm that missing woman Amanda Cox was discovered collapsed within the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary around 10 pm and passed away a short time later. The death is being treated as unexplained, but not suspicious, and a report has been submitted to the procurator fiscal. Our thoughts and sympathies are with Amanda’s family and friends at this time.”
Jim Crombie, the NHS Lothian deputy chief executive, said: “My thoughts and sympathies are with the family of Amanda Cox at this sad time. A police investigation is ongoing and we are assisting with their inquiries.”