Sudden and unexplained death of 34-year-old mum leaves family devastated

The sudden and unexplained death of a Staffordshire mother torn the lives of her seven children – who are still waiting for answers to explain why she died.

Laura Hogg, dubbed “fit and healthy,” died in her sleep earlier this year, leaving behind seven children between the ages of three and 14.

The devoted mother’s autopsy came back inconclusive, and the investigation has yet to be opened. StaffordshireLive Reports.

Originally from Church Gresley, the single mother had recently moved to Skegness to start a new life near her mother Jane, 60, when she died.

Laura’s death on January 22nd came nearly 25 years after Father Russell died at the same age.

Her grieving cousin Kayleigh Afzal told StaffordshireLive: “She was such a warm, kind, fun person and a great, great mother – she adored her children.

“One of her friends found her at her home in Skegness and called an ambulance, but she was already dead when they arrived. We have not been told about how she died and that is so difficult, especially for the children.”

Laura was on the verge of becoming a qualified counselor when she tragically died in her sleep.

Kayleigh now runs 3 miles every day to raise money for Laura’s children and has set one up GoFundMe Page.

The heartbreaking GoFundMe post reads, “I will never be able to take the pain of losing their mummy away, but I want them to have some special memories. Thank you so much.” donate Here.

Kayleigh added, “She had been a full-time mom since she was 17, but she was so close to qualifying and living her life as she’d always wanted. She wanted to give the children a new life.” Coast.

“She had so many friends and was so close to her mother; she always had time for everyone and was so talkative.

“Laura just loved talking to people and understanding them – that’s why she would have made such an amazing advisor.

“She didn’t have life insurance, and I just want to raise enough money to help the kids and send them on a good vacation.”

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