Amy Greenwood Cause of Death? How Did Skelmersdale Mum Revealed

Death Cause: A young mother who had asthma passed away after having an attack while lying in bed, despite her family's valiant attempts to save her.

How Did Amy Greenwood Die?

A young mother who had “debilitating” asthma passed away in bed despite family members' best efforts to revive her.

Amy Greenwood, 22, a lifelong sufferer of severe asthma, was transported to the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan on Wednesday night. On Friday, October 21, she passed away there.

Amy Greenwood Cause of Death

Amy Greenwood Cause of Death

Amy Greenwood had ‘debilitating' asthma, nevertheless, and on Wednesday, October 19, The Manchester Evening News claimed that she suffered a sudden asthma attack.

As they awaited the arrival of the paramedics, her family urgently tried to keep her alive as she was being rushed to the hospital.

Amy later passed away on Friday, October 21 despite the best efforts of medical staff at Wigan's Royal Albert Edward Infirmary.

Who is Amy Greenwood?

Amy is a native of Skelmersdale. She had recently moved into a new house with her fiancé Keagan Boylan, their two children Bailey, 4, and Orla, 8, and was eagerly anticipating their June 2023 wedding.

There are no information available about Amy Greenwood at the moment.We will keep you updated soon.

“Her Worst Nightmare”

According to Amy Greenwood's father, Paul Greenwood, this asthma attack at home was “her worst nightmare” come true because his eldest daughter had feared going to the stores alone in case an attack occurred.

“It is just a shock,” Paul remarked.

“On Wednesday she was a bit wheezy. I was at a game at the time and she rang me because Orla had just started crawling. She had a shower and when she was on Facetime to my wife she said she was feeling better and went to bed.”

Amy afterwards had an asthma attack that was fatal.

”There was HOPE”

After the asthma attack at home in bed, there was still a chance that she would live, according to Paul. While we waited for the paramedics, we all gave her CPR.

Amy's heart rate returned, but in spite of her best efforts, she was put on life support equipment.

“They blue lighted them to Wigan. A sister later told us the family needed to come to see her – we still felt there was some hope.”

“They [Wigan Infirmary] looked after her really well. We cannot fault them.”

“Their care was second to none. With asthma, everyone thinks you take a puff on a blue inhaler and you are fine.”

“It is much more than that. It is the research into it and so much more behind the scenes that we need to look into.”

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