Lisa Williamson named as woman who died at BoomTown Fair near Winchester

Woman found dead at festival named

Woman found dead at festival named

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A WOMAN who died at the BoomTown Fair festival has today been named.

Lisa Marie Williamson, 31, from Bromyard, Hereford, was found slumped in a toilet on Saturday, and was later pronounced dead at Royal Hampshire County Hospital.

She was at the event with her husband Darren, and was found just before 2pm.

An inquest was opened this morning in Winchester, said the Central Hampshire Coroner's office.

He said the cause of death was hanging, with further investigations to be made.

The full inquest will be held in Winchester on October 7.

Full-time mum Ms Williamson was born in Swansea and met her husband in February 2006. They were engaged in April 2007 and married in September 2010. She finished her beauty therapy studies at Hereford College of Technology in 2012.

Last year 18-year-old Ellie Rowe died at the festival after taking class C drug ketamine, which is used as a horse tranquiliser.

 

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11:32am Tue 12 Aug 14

Zexagon says...

All the people who came on here and said it was drugs have made themselves look a little bit stupid.
All the people who came on here and said it was drugs have made themselves look a little bit stupid. Zexagon
  • Score: 27

11:33am Tue 12 Aug 14

Zexagon says...

Huey says probably drugs again......... Wrong
Huey says probably drugs again......... Wrong Zexagon
  • Score: -2

11:49am Tue 12 Aug 14

sparkster says...

exactly there are always those who jump to conclusions, it only makes them look a complete tit when its other reasons
exactly there are always those who jump to conclusions, it only makes them look a complete tit when its other reasons sparkster
  • Score: 0

1:29pm Tue 12 Aug 14

The Music Man says...

I hope all those who previously said it was drugs have a good hard think before they post such comments in future. Poor lady, RIP
I hope all those who previously said it was drugs have a good hard think before they post such comments in future. Poor lady, RIP The Music Man
  • Score: 11

2:15pm Tue 12 Aug 14

sparkster says...

we cant judge her because we dont know what led to her hanging herselfand lets remember that her family/friends may be reading these posts. Yes I feel sorry for her family of course I do, not everyone who takes their life is full of drugs, unless anyone has suffered with mental issues (I have) they dont know what its like, depression/suicide seems still to be taboo, they need help and compassion not condemnation
we cant judge her because we dont know what led to her hanging herselfand lets remember that her family/friends may be reading these posts. Yes I feel sorry for her family of course I do, not everyone who takes their life is full of drugs, unless anyone has suffered with mental issues (I have) they dont know what its like, depression/suicide seems still to be taboo, they need help and compassion not condemnation sparkster
  • Score: 17

2:37pm Tue 12 Aug 14

country bird says...

Sparkster, you cant help people when theyve already ended their lives.

K in, yes accidents do happen, but not very often. If you slip on the floor, how on earth can you strangle yourself? Theres the loo and the loo roll or loo roll holder which are high up. What could she strangle herself on? There is nothing that can pull tight on a scarf or necklace.

Unfortunately, some people do not realise theyre feeling "low" and usually its the drugs and alcohol they take that make them low or depressed (especially if theyre not used to taking them).

Everytime there is a suicide, they say theyre not treating the persons death as "suspicious" and unfortunately that comment speaks volumes.

Its horrible for anyone to hear about, and I also feel sorry for the Police, Medics and others that have to pick up the pieces also.

I hope her sole is at peace now.
Sparkster, you cant help people when theyve already ended their lives. K in, yes accidents do happen, but not very often. If you slip on the floor, how on earth can you strangle yourself? Theres the loo and the loo roll or loo roll holder which are high up. What could she strangle herself on? There is nothing that can pull tight on a scarf or necklace. Unfortunately, some people do not realise theyre feeling "low" and usually its the drugs and alcohol they take that make them low or depressed (especially if theyre not used to taking them). Everytime there is a suicide, they say theyre not treating the persons death as "suspicious" and unfortunately that comment speaks volumes. Its horrible for anyone to hear about, and I also feel sorry for the Police, Medics and others that have to pick up the pieces also. I hope her sole is at peace now. country bird
  • Score: 4

3:08pm Tue 12 Aug 14

sparkster says...

I appreciate you cant help anyone when theyve ended their lives, im simply asking for compassion to be shown to that individual, unless and until they get the necessary help before it gets to the suicide stage there will be more. Depression at the end of the day is an illness and should be treated as such
I appreciate you cant help anyone when theyve ended their lives, im simply asking for compassion to be shown to that individual, unless and until they get the necessary help before it gets to the suicide stage there will be more. Depression at the end of the day is an illness and should be treated as such sparkster
  • Score: 3

3:27pm Tue 12 Aug 14

K in says...

country bird wrote:
Sparkster, you cant help people when theyve already ended their lives.

K in, yes accidents do happen, but not very often. If you slip on the floor, how on earth can you strangle yourself? Theres the loo and the loo roll or loo roll holder which are high up. What could she strangle herself on? There is nothing that can pull tight on a scarf or necklace.

Unfortunately, some people do not realise theyre feeling "low" and usually its the drugs and alcohol they take that make them low or depressed (especially if theyre not used to taking them).

Everytime there is a suicide, they say theyre not treating the persons death as "suspicious" and unfortunately that comment speaks volumes.

Its horrible for anyone to hear about, and I also feel sorry for the Police, Medics and others that have to pick up the pieces also.

I hope her sole is at peace now.
An inquest was opened this morning in Winchester, said the Central Hampshire Coroner's office.

He said the cause of death was hanging, with further investigations to be made.

The full inquest will be held in Winchester on October 7.

I cannot see where it says 'the death is not being treated as suspicious' only what I have copied and pasted above?

I don't know what happened I wasn't there, I don't know exactly what the toilet is like, I don't know if she got caught on the door I have absolutely no idea what happened but your sweeping generalisation has really annoyed me as I assume you weren't there either or know the lady involved?

Your comments are completely unsympathetic as though you have never been depressed or had any problems in your perfect little world or are bitter as you are one who has been left behind, either way the poor lady isn't even from this area so unless you do know her or her family you really have no place to make judgment and I hope that you never find yourself in the situation where people judge you or your family as harshly as you have judged her.
[quote][p][bold]country bird[/bold] wrote: Sparkster, you cant help people when theyve already ended their lives. K in, yes accidents do happen, but not very often. If you slip on the floor, how on earth can you strangle yourself? Theres the loo and the loo roll or loo roll holder which are high up. What could she strangle herself on? There is nothing that can pull tight on a scarf or necklace. Unfortunately, some people do not realise theyre feeling "low" and usually its the drugs and alcohol they take that make them low or depressed (especially if theyre not used to taking them). Everytime there is a suicide, they say theyre not treating the persons death as "suspicious" and unfortunately that comment speaks volumes. Its horrible for anyone to hear about, and I also feel sorry for the Police, Medics and others that have to pick up the pieces also. I hope her sole is at peace now.[/p][/quote]An inquest was opened this morning in Winchester, said the Central Hampshire Coroner's office. He said the cause of death was hanging, with further investigations to be made. The full inquest will be held in Winchester on October 7. I cannot see where it says 'the death is not being treated as suspicious' only what I have copied and pasted above? I don't know what happened I wasn't there, I don't know exactly what the toilet is like, I don't know if she got caught on the door I have absolutely no idea what happened but your sweeping generalisation has really annoyed me as I assume you weren't there either or know the lady involved? Your comments are completely unsympathetic as though you have never been depressed or had any problems in your perfect little world or are bitter as you are one who has been left behind, either way the poor lady isn't even from this area so unless you do know her or her family you really have no place to make judgment and I hope that you never find yourself in the situation where people judge you or your family as harshly as you have judged her. K in
  • Score: 7

3:41pm Tue 12 Aug 14

minnie64 says...

K in wrote:
country bird wrote:
Sparkster, you cant help people when theyve already ended their lives.

K in, yes accidents do happen, but not very often. If you slip on the floor, how on earth can you strangle yourself? Theres the loo and the loo roll or loo roll holder which are high up. What could she strangle herself on? There is nothing that can pull tight on a scarf or necklace.

Unfortunately, some people do not realise theyre feeling "low" and usually its the drugs and alcohol they take that make them low or depressed (especially if theyre not used to taking them).

Everytime there is a suicide, they say theyre not treating the persons death as "suspicious" and unfortunately that comment speaks volumes.

Its horrible for anyone to hear about, and I also feel sorry for the Police, Medics and others that have to pick up the pieces also.

I hope her sole is at peace now.
An inquest was opened this morning in Winchester, said the Central Hampshire Coroner's office.

He said the cause of death was hanging, with further investigations to be made.

The full inquest will be held in Winchester on October 7.

I cannot see where it says 'the death is not being treated as suspicious' only what I have copied and pasted above?

I don't know what happened I wasn't there, I don't know exactly what the toilet is like, I don't know if she got caught on the door I have absolutely no idea what happened but your sweeping generalisation has really annoyed me as I assume you weren't there either or know the lady involved?

Your comments are completely unsympathetic as though you have never been depressed or had any problems in your perfect little world or are bitter as you are one who has been left behind, either way the poor lady isn't even from this area so unless you do know her or her family you really have no place to make judgment and I hope that you never find yourself in the situation where people judge you or your family as harshly as you have judged her.
Earlier report Monday says not suspicious - just saying
[quote][p][bold]K in[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]country bird[/bold] wrote: Sparkster, you cant help people when theyve already ended their lives. K in, yes accidents do happen, but not very often. If you slip on the floor, how on earth can you strangle yourself? Theres the loo and the loo roll or loo roll holder which are high up. What could she strangle herself on? There is nothing that can pull tight on a scarf or necklace. Unfortunately, some people do not realise theyre feeling "low" and usually its the drugs and alcohol they take that make them low or depressed (especially if theyre not used to taking them). Everytime there is a suicide, they say theyre not treating the persons death as "suspicious" and unfortunately that comment speaks volumes. Its horrible for anyone to hear about, and I also feel sorry for the Police, Medics and others that have to pick up the pieces also. I hope her sole is at peace now.[/p][/quote]An inquest was opened this morning in Winchester, said the Central Hampshire Coroner's office. He said the cause of death was hanging, with further investigations to be made. The full inquest will be held in Winchester on October 7. I cannot see where it says 'the death is not being treated as suspicious' only what I have copied and pasted above? I don't know what happened I wasn't there, I don't know exactly what the toilet is like, I don't know if she got caught on the door I have absolutely no idea what happened but your sweeping generalisation has really annoyed me as I assume you weren't there either or know the lady involved? Your comments are completely unsympathetic as though you have never been depressed or had any problems in your perfect little world or are bitter as you are one who has been left behind, either way the poor lady isn't even from this area so unless you do know her or her family you really have no place to make judgment and I hope that you never find yourself in the situation where people judge you or your family as harshly as you have judged her.[/p][/quote]Earlier report Monday says not suspicious - just saying minnie64
  • Score: 1

3:44pm Tue 12 Aug 14

no name99 says...

rip lisa we have been through some things together you more than anyone i know and i know you kept alot if things inside but i just wished you would of told someone how you were feeling i will always remember you and will cherish the moments of fun times we had we will make sure your 2 children will grow up remembering you and they will hear about how wonderful beautiful loving funny person you are my heart is broken now you no longer here love you forever xxxxxxxxxxxxx
rip lisa we have been through some things together you more than anyone i know and i know you kept alot if things inside but i just wished you would of told someone how you were feeling i will always remember you and will cherish the moments of fun times we had we will make sure your 2 children will grow up remembering you and they will hear about how wonderful beautiful loving funny person you are my heart is broken now you no longer here love you forever xxxxxxxxxxxxx no name99
  • Score: 14

4:00pm Tue 12 Aug 14

country bird says...

SUN 10TH....THE DAILY ECHO HAD THIS TO WRITE......

A WOMAN has died at a Hampshire music festival.

The 31-year-old was found unconscious in a toilet block at BoomTown Fair, at Matterley Estate, near Winchester, just after lunchtime today.

The area around the toilet block has been cordoned off while police try to establish how she died.

Her death is not believed to be suspicious.

A police spokesman said: "At 1:50pm today medical and security staff were called to a campsite toilet block at the BoomTown Fair site and found a woman unconscious inside.

MAYBE READ LINE NUMBER 6 before you comment K in.

Firstly, I am not unsympathetic. I have had my "share" of heartache and depression.

I am allowed to comment on anything I choose to comment on, as are others.
I am free to speak my mind as is everyone else on here. And I am "allowed" to voice my "opinion" on here.

As I have stated, it is the husband, child/children, family & friends left behind who are the people that will be suffering, and for years to come.

Other than saying "her selfish actions", I have not slated this woman at all as it would be disrespectful. But, I stand by what I said.

The world has gone crazy with all the people committing suicide. And they are all selfish.
Some of them are as young as 14.
They all have theyre own problems going on, but really, its almost every single day we hear about it and the more its reported about, the more people are doing it and its now become to easy to just end things when the going gets tough, and its been made popular and trendy.

Read up about the facts, and unfortunately, whatever the circumstances, it is a selfish act.
SUN 10TH....THE DAILY ECHO HAD THIS TO WRITE...... A WOMAN has died at a Hampshire music festival. The 31-year-old was found unconscious in a toilet block at BoomTown Fair, at Matterley Estate, near Winchester, just after lunchtime today. The area around the toilet block has been cordoned off while police try to establish how she died. Her death is not believed to be suspicious. A police spokesman said: "At 1:50pm today medical and security staff were called to a campsite toilet block at the BoomTown Fair site and found a woman unconscious inside. MAYBE READ LINE NUMBER 6 before you comment K in. Firstly, I am not unsympathetic. I have had my "share" of heartache and depression. I am allowed to comment on anything I choose to comment on, as are others. I am free to speak my mind as is everyone else on here. And I am "allowed" to voice my "opinion" on here. As I have stated, it is the husband, child/children, family & friends left behind who are the people that will be suffering, and for years to come. Other than saying "her selfish actions", I have not slated this woman at all as it would be disrespectful. But, I stand by what I said. The world has gone crazy with all the people committing suicide. And they are all selfish. Some of them are as young as 14. They all have theyre own problems going on, but really, its almost every single day we hear about it and the more its reported about, the more people are doing it and its now become to easy to just end things when the going gets tough, and its been made popular and trendy. Read up about the facts, and unfortunately, whatever the circumstances, it is a selfish act. country bird
  • Score: -9

4:03pm Tue 12 Aug 14

country bird says...

no name99
I am sincerely sorry for the loss of your friend and what you and others are going through.
no name99 I am sincerely sorry for the loss of your friend and what you and others are going through. country bird
  • Score: 6

4:52pm Tue 12 Aug 14

sparkster says...

I appreciate you are entitled to your opinion as we all are. If someone were told they were terminally ill and would be in a lot of pain and they decided to take their own life I wouldnt consider them selfish. There needs to be more understanding and compassion in the world. Ive been there so I do know what im talking about. All I got from some was "pull yourself together" "snap out of it" if it were only that simple. We dont know what goes through the minds of depressed people. To some it may appear a selfish act and I respect your opinion but as Ive been there I can identify with it
I appreciate you are entitled to your opinion as we all are. If someone were told they were terminally ill and would be in a lot of pain and they decided to take their own life I wouldnt consider them selfish. There needs to be more understanding and compassion in the world. Ive been there so I do know what im talking about. All I got from some was "pull yourself together" "snap out of it" if it were only that simple. We dont know what goes through the minds of depressed people. To some it may appear a selfish act and I respect your opinion but as Ive been there I can identify with it sparkster
  • Score: 6

5:45pm Tue 12 Aug 14

Ellenaturelle says...

It is very very sad to hear this news, my sympathys go out to her family at this awful time. I was at boom town and I don't think it's fair to blame the event, people commit suicide from the same tree but does that mean it should be chopped down? No body can speculate what that lady was going through at that time in her life. It's such a sad tragedy that just happened to happen there. There are other deaths that happen at much smaller places that are not televised so much that we are unaware of, but still happen. None of us can really say she is selfish, how can we understand what someone else is feeling, thinking. We can't. Boomtown was full of good vibes with no other problems, violence, ect. I hope she rests peacefully and her family somehow stay strong. X
It is very very sad to hear this news, my sympathys go out to her family at this awful time. I was at boom town and I don't think it's fair to blame the event, people commit suicide from the same tree but does that mean it should be chopped down? No body can speculate what that lady was going through at that time in her life. It's such a sad tragedy that just happened to happen there. There are other deaths that happen at much smaller places that are not televised so much that we are unaware of, but still happen. None of us can really say she is selfish, how can we understand what someone else is feeling, thinking. We can't. Boomtown was full of good vibes with no other problems, violence, ect. I hope she rests peacefully and her family somehow stay strong. X Ellenaturelle
  • Score: 4

5:49pm Tue 12 Aug 14

elvisimo says...

country bird wrote:
SUN 10TH....THE DAILY ECHO HAD THIS TO WRITE......

A WOMAN has died at a Hampshire music festival.

The 31-year-old was found unconscious in a toilet block at BoomTown Fair, at Matterley Estate, near Winchester, just after lunchtime today.

The area around the toilet block has been cordoned off while police try to establish how she died.

Her death is not believed to be suspicious.

A police spokesman said: "At 1:50pm today medical and security staff were called to a campsite toilet block at the BoomTown Fair site and found a woman unconscious inside.

MAYBE READ LINE NUMBER 6 before you comment K in.

Firstly, I am not unsympathetic. I have had my "share" of heartache and depression.

I am allowed to comment on anything I choose to comment on, as are others.
I am free to speak my mind as is everyone else on here. And I am "allowed" to voice my "opinion" on here.

As I have stated, it is the husband, child/children, family & friends left behind who are the people that will be suffering, and for years to come.

Other than saying "her selfish actions", I have not slated this woman at all as it would be disrespectful. But, I stand by what I said.

The world has gone crazy with all the people committing suicide. And they are all selfish.
Some of them are as young as 14.
They all have theyre own problems going on, but really, its almost every single day we hear about it and the more its reported about, the more people are doing it and its now become to easy to just end things when the going gets tough, and its been made popular and trendy.

Read up about the facts, and unfortunately, whatever the circumstances, it is a selfish act.
Attention seeking a point scoring over someone's suicide. Really??
[quote][p][bold]country bird[/bold] wrote: SUN 10TH....THE DAILY ECHO HAD THIS TO WRITE...... A WOMAN has died at a Hampshire music festival. The 31-year-old was found unconscious in a toilet block at BoomTown Fair, at Matterley Estate, near Winchester, just after lunchtime today. The area around the toilet block has been cordoned off while police try to establish how she died. Her death is not believed to be suspicious. A police spokesman said: "At 1:50pm today medical and security staff were called to a campsite toilet block at the BoomTown Fair site and found a woman unconscious inside. MAYBE READ LINE NUMBER 6 before you comment K in. Firstly, I am not unsympathetic. I have had my "share" of heartache and depression. I am allowed to comment on anything I choose to comment on, as are others. I am free to speak my mind as is everyone else on here. And I am "allowed" to voice my "opinion" on here. As I have stated, it is the husband, child/children, family & friends left behind who are the people that will be suffering, and for years to come. Other than saying "her selfish actions", I have not slated this woman at all as it would be disrespectful. But, I stand by what I said. The world has gone crazy with all the people committing suicide. And they are all selfish. Some of them are as young as 14. They all have theyre own problems going on, but really, its almost every single day we hear about it and the more its reported about, the more people are doing it and its now become to easy to just end things when the going gets tough, and its been made popular and trendy. Read up about the facts, and unfortunately, whatever the circumstances, it is a selfish act.[/p][/quote]Attention seeking a point scoring over someone's suicide. Really?? elvisimo
  • Score: 6

5:55pm Tue 12 Aug 14

sparkster says...

well said Ellenaturelle someone with compassion
well said Ellenaturelle someone with compassion sparkster
  • Score: 2

6:38pm Tue 12 Aug 14

thinklikealocal says...

country bird wrote:
SUN 10TH....THE DAILY ECHO HAD THIS TO WRITE......

A WOMAN has died at a Hampshire music festival.

The 31-year-old was found unconscious in a toilet block at BoomTown Fair, at Matterley Estate, near Winchester, just after lunchtime today.

The area around the toilet block has been cordoned off while police try to establish how she died.

Her death is not believed to be suspicious.

A police spokesman said: "At 1:50pm today medical and security staff were called to a campsite toilet block at the BoomTown Fair site and found a woman unconscious inside.

MAYBE READ LINE NUMBER 6 before you comment K in.

Firstly, I am not unsympathetic. I have had my "share" of heartache and depression.

I am allowed to comment on anything I choose to comment on, as are others.
I am free to speak my mind as is everyone else on here. And I am "allowed" to voice my "opinion" on here.

As I have stated, it is the husband, child/children, family & friends left behind who are the people that will be suffering, and for years to come.

Other than saying "her selfish actions", I have not slated this woman at all as it would be disrespectful. But, I stand by what I said.

The world has gone crazy with all the people committing suicide. And they are all selfish.
Some of them are as young as 14.
They all have theyre own problems going on, but really, its almost every single day we hear about it and the more its reported about, the more people are doing it and its now become to easy to just end things when the going gets tough, and its been made popular and trendy.

Read up about the facts, and unfortunately, whatever the circumstances, it is a selfish act.
Yes it is a selfish act. But it is usually done by someone who feels so desperately sad and is in so much pain that they feel they cannot go on. They are not aware they are being selfish they are desperate.

I know someone who committed suicide and I remember the story in the Echo. I wanted to hunt the journalist down and kill him after reading the insensitive crap he wrote for her family and children to read.

I'm not sure how you think it has become 'easier' to commit suicide, or, why you think it is popular and trendy? Hogwash. If there appears to be more suicide it may be because of media reporting and our increasing access to news via iPads etc. if there are more suicides then I would say it is down to social change I.e. Changes within families etc. and increasing stress in modern life. It is a very complex issue and should be treated as such.

You have had you share of heartache and depression. I doubt you have had rel depression because if you had you would not be so clueless.
[quote][p][bold]country bird[/bold] wrote: SUN 10TH....THE DAILY ECHO HAD THIS TO WRITE...... A WOMAN has died at a Hampshire music festival. The 31-year-old was found unconscious in a toilet block at BoomTown Fair, at Matterley Estate, near Winchester, just after lunchtime today. The area around the toilet block has been cordoned off while police try to establish how she died. Her death is not believed to be suspicious. A police spokesman said: "At 1:50pm today medical and security staff were called to a campsite toilet block at the BoomTown Fair site and found a woman unconscious inside. MAYBE READ LINE NUMBER 6 before you comment K in. Firstly, I am not unsympathetic. I have had my "share" of heartache and depression. I am allowed to comment on anything I choose to comment on, as are others. I am free to speak my mind as is everyone else on here. And I am "allowed" to voice my "opinion" on here. As I have stated, it is the husband, child/children, family & friends left behind who are the people that will be suffering, and for years to come. Other than saying "her selfish actions", I have not slated this woman at all as it would be disrespectful. But, I stand by what I said. The world has gone crazy with all the people committing suicide. And they are all selfish. Some of them are as young as 14. They all have theyre own problems going on, but really, its almost every single day we hear about it and the more its reported about, the more people are doing it and its now become to easy to just end things when the going gets tough, and its been made popular and trendy. Read up about the facts, and unfortunately, whatever the circumstances, it is a selfish act.[/p][/quote]Yes it is a selfish act. But it is usually done by someone who feels so desperately sad and is in so much pain that they feel they cannot go on. They are not aware they are being selfish they are desperate. I know someone who committed suicide and I remember the story in the Echo. I wanted to hunt the journalist down and kill him after reading the insensitive crap he wrote for her family and children to read. I'm not sure how you think it has become 'easier' to commit suicide, or, why you think it is popular and trendy? Hogwash. If there appears to be more suicide it may be because of media reporting and our increasing access to news via iPads etc. if there are more suicides then I would say it is down to social change I.e. Changes within families etc. and increasing stress in modern life. It is a very complex issue and should be treated as such. You have had you share of heartache and depression. I doubt you have had rel depression because if you had you would not be so clueless. thinklikealocal
  • Score: 6

8:16pm Tue 12 Aug 14

country bird says...

thinklikealocal
well, who know what i have or havent been through.
I did state above that I have had depression, but whatever if you think i havent.
thinklikealocal well, who know what i have or havent been through. I did state above that I have had depression, but whatever if you think i havent. country bird
  • Score: -5

11:28pm Tue 12 Aug 14

Letissthelastoftheloyal says...

Rest in peace. My thoughts are with the poor children. I have 3 young children and can't imagine how they would feel at a time like this. Hope they have lots of help and love around them.
Rest in peace. My thoughts are with the poor children. I have 3 young children and can't imagine how they would feel at a time like this. Hope they have lots of help and love around them. Letissthelastoftheloyal
  • Score: 5

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