Mamie Laverock on Life Support After Balcony Fall

Mamie Laverock, a 19-year-old actress known for her role as Rosaleen Sullivan in several episodes of the Hallmark Channel series “When Calls the Heart,” is on life support after falling five stories from a balcony, according to a GoFundMe page. organized by his family.

After spending two weeks in “intensive treatment” in hospital due to a “medical emergency,” Laverock “was escorted from a secure hospital unit and taken to a balcony from where she fell five stories,” according to the fundraiser. page, which was created by his parents, Rob and Nicole Compton.

“She suffered life-threatening injuries, underwent several major surgeries and is currently on life support,” Laverock’s parents wrote. “We are all devastated, in shock, during this extremely difficult time. »

According to the GoFundMe campaign, Laverock’s mother traveled to Winnipeg, Canada, on May 11 to help Laverock with a “medical emergency.” “Nicole was able to arrive in time to save his life,” the description reads. Laverock was then transferred to a Vancouver hospital. At the time, her parents wrote that “her recovery is unclear” but “she is alive and showing signs of improvement.”

Laverock fell from a balcony on May 26, more than two weeks after she was first hospitalized. The details of Laverock’s medical emergency are unclear.

As of this publication, the fundraiser has raised more than $14,500 to help with Laverock’s recovery.

Laverock’s “When Calls the Heart” co-stars showed their support for the young actor on social media. Erin Krakow boosted the GoFundMe page on her Instagram, writing: “I just donated. If you can afford it, I hope you will too. Johannah Newmarch also shared the link on X, writing: “I love this family, my heart is broken. A devastating time for everyone who cares for Mamie. Please help if you can. They need all the support they can get to get through this. » Loretta Walsh also promoted the fundraiser, writing: “Please donate and share if you can. Grandma and her family need our support. Link in bio. THANKS.”

Variety has contacted Hallmark Channel for comment.

Laverock appeared in nine episodes of “When the Heart Calls” from 2014 to 2023, including the first episode. His other credits include “This Means War,” “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” and “The Hollow Child.”

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News Source : variety.com


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