A mother of three abruptly passed away after assisting her eldest child with getting ready for school, leaving her family inconsolable. When Michaela Bateman, 34, complained of pain on the morning of September 29, she was sent directly to the hospital.
She later passed away from a pulmonary embolism but hospital professionals did everything they could to save her. She reached out to her mother, Sharon Massingham, who was at the time staying with her daughter, earlier that day while helping her son, Goerge, get ready for school, and stated she was in pain, according to The Mirror.
When Michaela arrived at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey after being transported there, she had just experienced a cardiac arrest and the medics described her as being “gravely unwell.” Craig’s mother Sharon followed the ambulance to the hospital. She claimed that despite the physicians’ best efforts, Michaela’s breathing and heart could not be saved.
She had pancreatitis, which is what I initially believed she had and She summoned an ambulance for her daughter because, according to her, the pain “got worse and worse.” Added her: “After approximately an hour and a half of working on her, they had to turn the machine off since there was nothing else they could do for her.
Severe pulmonary embolism
She passed away as a result of a severe pulmonary embolism. She was a caring mother who enjoyed having date evenings with her oldest child, taking him bowling and out to dinner.” On September 19, my mother passed away; Michaela and she were very close. Ten days later, my daughter passed away.
Therefore, it has been a double whammy. It’s a case of having to cope with it because we have the children.” According to Sharon, one of them will have to quit their employment in order to care for their three grandchildren. Because we are grandparents and cannot receive government assistance, she continued, “Unfortunately, one of us must give up working as well.”
Craig, Michaela’s brother, said: “Coming to terms with it all has been incredibly difficult and difficult. Losing your sister is awful; it’s hard to convey when someone like In order to “assist Michaela’s family with some financial support for her funeral” and the “care of her three lovely children,” Michaela’s friends organized a fundraiser.
Michaela Bateman is survived by her nine-year-old son George, two-year-old Colby, and five-month-old Cahlia. Sharon, 52 years old.