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Posted: 18 Mar 09, 20:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

She died this afternoon.... :(
http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/b104784_natasha_richardson_dead_45.html

I feel so bad for those boys! So shocking and depressing...
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Posted: 18 Mar 09, 21:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Oh shit, that's terrible :-(

I feel bad for her boys too. I have a co-worker whose aunt passed away a few short months ago, from a stroke basically. I accompanied her on a visit to the hospital (where a lot of her family was also visiting) two days before the aunt passed away. She had pretty much no chance of a recovery really, and it was really quite a sad thing to see :-(

I also lost a relative just earlier this week to pancreatic cancer, so I myself am also suffering a personal loss at the moment, which makes my condolences for the Neeson/Richardson familes even stronger at the moment :-(


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Posted: 18 Mar 09, 22:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I feel terrible for Liam Nesson and his family.
He's one of my favorite actors.



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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 04:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Mr.Jingles wrote:

I feel terrible for Liam Nesson and his family.
He's one of my favorite actors.


Me too! I feel really sad for him. He's one of the most hard-working actors. He was really great in Schindler's List...







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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 04:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hell, Liam Neeson even brought proper acting to the Star Wars universe. Such a shame. I feel for him.


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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 07:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's absolutely tragic news. I think everyone is stunned. I can't help wonder, though, what really happened. I mean, how does someone on a beginner's slope with an instructor at her side, take such a hard fall? One that can cause death? They said she felt fine afterward and there was no blood or bruising so they let her go back to her room. It doesn't make sense. If her fall was enough to cause her brain to swell, then wouldn't/shouldn't the instructor have realized that and insisted to medics that she be taken directly to the hospital? Maybe something else was going on - an aneurysm, maybe - and the fall just made things worse. I don't know. It just doesn't seem possible. And yet...

So sad.

EDIT - I just read something I hadn't seen before. Apparently, the ski instructor and others called an ambulance for her and she refused treatment, saying she was fine. So the ambulance was sent away. If they had any training at all, then they should have known to insist  - though, ultimately, I understand, it is up to the patient. She told everyone she felt fine and that was it until suddenly she didn't feel fine anymore... which is typical of a head injury.

What a senseless death.




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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 10:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

What a shock!!
I was really hoping for her! She was in the prime of her life.
They're saying her death is called a "talk and die" syndrome, is that she had delayed bleeding between her skull and her brain stem, which sits at the top of the spinal cord and regulates consciousness, breathing, and the heart and connects the brain to many of the body's sensory and motor nerves. Another possibility is that there was a tear in the inner lining of her arteries, causing blood clots.

She was a beautiful woman! R.I.P.




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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 11:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

This is very sad. It's all sad regarding this incident. I was really shocked when I saw it in the news.
R.I.P, Natasha Richardson.


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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 11:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



«¤~Mrš. BÃD GÛŸ~¤» wrote:

What a shock!!
I was really hoping for her! She was in the prime of her life.


So was I.... :(

This is so sad............ My heart and prayers are with the family and friends of that poor woman. May she rest in peace. :(








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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 12:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



«¤~Mrš. BÃD GÛŸ~¤» wrote:

What a shock!!
I was really hoping for her! She was in the prime of her life.
They're saying her death is called a "talk and die" syndrome, is that she had delayed bleeding between her skull and her brain stem, which sits at the top of the spinal cord and regulates consciousness, breathing, and the heart and connects the brain to many of the body's sensory and motor nerves. Another possibility is that there was a tear in the inner lining of her arteries, causing blood clots.

She was a beautiful woman! R.I.P.

That reminds of this guy I used to know while I lived in Sweden. He was our landlord. He was rammed in the head by a car while trying to(and succeeding) save a woman and her children injured and trapped in a road accident. The doctors released him saying he was fine and we had dinner with him but the next day he died and apparently his brain had imploded due to too much internal bleeding. The doctors weren't able to identify it. The guy was a real life hero and someone I'll always remember.









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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 13:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



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What a shock!!
I was really hoping for her! She was in the prime of her life.
They're saying her death is called a "talk and die" syndrome, is that she had delayed bleeding between her skull and her brain stem, which sits at the top of the spinal cord and regulates consciousness, breathing, and the heart and connects the brain to many of the body's sensory and motor nerves. Another possibility is that there was a tear in the inner lining of her arteries, causing blood clots.

She was a beautiful woman! R.I.P.


That reminds of this guy I used to know while I lived in Sweden. He was our landlord. He was rammed in the head by a car while trying to(and succeeding) save a woman and her children injured and trapped in a road accident. The doctors released him saying he was fine and we had dinner with him but the next day he died and apparently his brain had imploded due to too much internal bleeding. The doctors weren't able to identify it. The guy was a real life hero and someone I'll always remember.

 

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                   That is so, so sad... My condolences Saif :(




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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 14:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

RIP Natasha! You were beautiful!


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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 15:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I couldnt believe how stunning she was - I was watching the news this morning and fell in love! RIP :o(


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Posted: 19 Mar 09, 18:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



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Hell, Liam Neeson even brought proper acting to the Star Wars universe. Such a shame. I feel for him.




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Posted: 20 Mar 09, 10:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Natasha Richardsons autopsy revealed she suffered as to what is known as an epidural hematoma. EDH is a traumatic accumulation of blood between the inner table of the skull and the stripped-off dural membrane.
This causes hemorage.









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Posted: 20 Mar 09, 12:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

she'd still be alive if she had worn the appropiate attire at the time


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Posted: 20 Mar 09, 13:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Wow...Sad..

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Posted: 21 Mar 09, 09:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



JoxerTheDeityPirate wrote:

she'd still be alive if she had worn the appropiate attire at the time


Actually... not to be gross... but they say a helmet woud not have helped in this case. Her brain shifted from momentum, as sometimes happens in accidents. The bruising was not caused by the impact of her head against... whatever... but of her brain against her skull. What might have given her a chance, apparently, would have been a hellicopter instead of an ambulance to take her from the scene to a trauma center in Montreal. But, sadly, Quebec isn't (wasn't?) equipped with that.

It was a senseless death and I wonder what we can learn from it... maybe to get checked by a doctor even if we feel fine after hitting our head? It seems "talking and dying" is common with head injuries.




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