Bridesmaid, 22, died from mind damage after falling over and hitting her head on her brother’s marriage ceremony day, inquest hears

Bridesmaid, 22, died from mind damage after falling over and hitting her head on her brother’s marriage ceremony day, inquest hears


A BRIDESMAID was set to observe her brother stroll down the aisle however as a substitute she was rushed to hospital after falling over and hitting her head.

Sammie Bowman, 22, was because of be a bridesmaid at her brother Andrew’s marriage ceremony on Might 31 at Eastfield Cottages in Thornton, close to Pocklington, Yorkshire however she collapsed and hit her head on a concrete ground.

Docs managed to take away the blood clot from Sammie Bowman’s mind however had been unable to save lots of her life
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Docs found a blood clot beneath her cranium and though it was eliminated efficiently, her accidents had been too extreme for her to outlive.

She died two days in a while June 2 leaving her household devastated.

Debra Bowman, 51, stated she misses her daughter Sammie “each second of daily” and has described how she remains to be discovering it laborious to come back to phrases with shedding her youngest little one.

Paying tribute, her mom stated: “She was humorous, sort, loving and she or he would do something for anyone.

Sammie’s mum, Debra, paid a touching tribute to her daughter
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“She had two canine who she thought the world of and she or he thought the world of her brother Andrew.

“She was simply such a beautiful younger girl and I do know she was actually wanting ahead to being a bridesmaid at his marriage ceremony. They had been very shut and so they liked one another to items. All she wished to do was be a bridesmaid for him and she or he was so comfortable that day.”

Miss Bowman, who lived in Holme-on-Spalding-Moor, close to Market Weighton, was not working on the time of her dying because of unwell well being however she dreamed of becoming a member of the police to work as a canine handler.

Ms Bowman stated her daughter had all of the {qualifications} she wanted to hitch the police however sadly her sickness meant she was by no means capable of fulfil her aspirations.

Throughout an inquest into Miss Bowman’s dying at Hull Coroner’s Courtroom, her mom revealed the circumstances main as much as her daughter’s collapse.

She stated Sammie had began to behave “very unusual” after they had been placing garments within the automotive on the day of the marriage after which fell unwell.

Dad Alistair Bowman’s drawing of his daughter Sammie
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Ms Bowman stated: “We had been on the cottage round 4 hours earlier than Sammie grew to become unwell. We had our hair and make-up executed and had pictures. I used to be together with her more often than not and suspected nothing flawed together with her.

“It was presently that she started to behave very unusual. She rolled her fingers around her eyes as if she was attempting to swat a fly. She then fell backwards onto her again and hit her head on the concrete.

“She made no try to save lots of her fall and I heard a really loud bang as she hit her head on the bottom.”

Miss Bowman was taken to York Hospital in a critical situation the place CT scans confirmed that the autumn had brought on an Extradural Haematoma – a blood clot beneath the cranium.

She was then transferred to Hull Royal Infirmary the place the clot was eliminated nevertheless it was not sufficient to save lots of her.

Ms Bowman stated her son Andrew has been too laid low with grief to take a look at his marriage ceremony pictures, along with his mom saying the circumstances of her dying had knocked him laborious.


Though it has been virtually six months to the day since her dying, Ms Bowman stated it’s nonetheless painful figuring out her daughter will not be in her life.

“It has been very tough, notably for Andrew and it has hit her brother laborious. I miss her daily – each second of daily.”

Assistant Coroner Lorraine Harris concluded Miss Bowman died on account of a a number of traumatic mind damage brought on by a fall.

She stated: “I go on my condolences to the household and should say how unhappy it’s to lose somebody so younger in such dreadful circumstances.”


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