i was right about natasha brain bleeding & causing her death!

YOUR BRAIN CAN DROWN IN BLOOD..if it bleeds. - Death is certain if you have a head trauma and the bleeding isn't stopped
Canada
March 20, 2009 8:12am CST
I know alot about the human brain and when I heard what happened to her..I wrote just a few minutes ago that she must have drowned in her blood in her brain because it bled. I had a head trauma and was the first thing they checked to make sure my brain wasn't bleeding. That is how I knew she had died from bleeding brain and it drowned. I feel very sad and that they didn't take her immediately to the hospital whether she looked okay or not..when you hit your head you rush to the hospital..especially a spill in a ski accident. She would not be dead if they had done that immediately.
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@carolbee (16231)
• United States
20 Mar 09
This was such a sad story. Apparently Natasha refused to go with the paramedics to the hospital. She signed a release form. Our daughter is a paramedic/firefighter and there is nothing anyone can do if the patient refuses to go and be treated and signs the form. She hit the side of her head around the temple area. Listening to stories from others we know, this could be the most dangerous area to hit the head. It can break the bone and injure the nerve leading to the brain. I had a major head trauma 6 years ago. I work at a sporting facility. Was working when it happened. Fell ice skating on the back of my head, knocked me out and an ambulance was called. As confused as I was and not especially liking hospitals, I knew this needed to be treated. Staples were placed in the center of the back of my head to close the wound. Skull fracture, concussion and blood clot under my brain were the results. An MRI was done almost immediately and surgery was pending. Strange as it may seem, the clot disappeared, after another MRI later in the day, and no surgery was required. I went home from the hospital the next day. I am fine today. Lost my sense of taste and smell but am alive. Looking back, I still can't believe I'm alive to tell the story. Our kids were called to the hospital and the dr. told my husband if I lived the next 72 hours, I'd be ok. Was off work and not driving for about 3 weeks. Some of the confusion lasted a little longer. Head traumas are nothing to ignore. I thank the good man above everyday for a second chance. My prayers are with Natasha's family and friends. carolbee
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• Canada
20 Mar 09
I wouldn't have even listened to her and piled her in the ambulance anyway. It should be a law that people have to go the the hospital when there is any kind of injury whether they like it or not. Because when you get a trauma you can't think straight..myself when it happened I was confused whether to go or not..my son-in-law piled me in the car and rushed me to the hospital..and am glad he did.
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@carolbee (16231)
• United States
20 Mar 09
To ignore a head injury can be risky as we've all heard from this terrible accident. Such a young and pretty actress who had younger kids and now she's gone. I guess the rule with paramedics is they can't force a patient to go to the hospital which puts them in a bad situation. They can't refuse to go to any scene and not offer their services. They must show up for each and every call.
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@laser4u (26)
• United States
20 Mar 09
i heard this just now that was very bad news may be her soul rest in peace.
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• Canada
20 Mar 09
Yes so sad..
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• Canada
23 Mar 09
It is sad indeed and you are right..they should bring people whether they like it or not..it would save lives