Chris schreef:Dear Corry,
I don't know you, but I do know that Rosi was communicating with you about
her hear condition.
I am Chris, her husband of eighteen years.
I am very, very sorry to inform you that Rosi died, suddenly and most
unexpectedly last Saturday evening at just after nine thirty in the evening.
We had had the most superb time, having a dinner to celebrate my birthday
and to cement our continuing love for one another. We discussed our plans
for our hopes to purchase a small farmhouse in France and grow old together.
After dinner, we walked back to the centre of Notting Hill and caught a bus
Less than five minutes later Rosi suddenly collapsed and I found myself
fighting to save her life by using CPR and screaming for other passengers to
call an ambulance and stop the bus. Two paramedic teams arrived within
minutes and did their very best and the hospital tried for nearly three
quarters of an hour to revive her; all to no avail.
An autopsy was performed yesterday and much to my surprise announced that
the results were 'inconclusive' and that no immediate cause of death could
be determined. Further tests will take several weeks to complete.
I shall of course, let you know what they eventually tell me.
The last few days have been very, very difficult indeed. It is only the
wonderful efforts made by our many friends that have kept me going.
I'd like to thank you for taking so much trouble to assist Rosi whilst she
was communicating with you and let you know how much I appreciate your
assistance in maintaining Rosi's wellbeing.
I'm quite sure that Rosi would not mind, so please do place the message on the forum.
Thank you also for your sympathy.
As soon as I know the cause of Rosi's death, I shall let you know but
initially, it does not appear to have been her heart problem which has been confirmed by the pathologist to be minor.
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