Young mum collapses and dies after shouting for help at her front door

A young mother died suddenly after being seen crouching on her doorstep calling for help.

Megan Creevy was about to take a bath when she went to the door of her house and called for someone to help them.

She was seen by a passerby hurrying up – but Megan then collapsed and stopped breathing.

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The tragedy came after Megan dropped her son off at school and returned home on September 7 to do some household chores.

The 28-year-old was about to take a bath when she called for help, our sister title reported the Liverpool Echo.

The passerby called 999 and Megan was taken to the Royal Liverpool Hospital but could not be resuscitated.

Megan was pronounced dead at 1:52 p.m. that day. She leaves behind her eleven-year-old partner and three children – a nine-year-old son, a three-year-old daughter and a 14-year-old stepson.

Her partner returned home that night and found her house in Anfield completely flooded from the bathroom running upstairs for hours.

Megan’s mother-in-law, Jeanette Storey, 52, said: “She was loved by so many people and missed by everyone who knew her.

“She lived for her family – her 11-year-old partner and her two children, a nine-year-old son and a three-year-old daughter.

“Her partner’s older son, aged 14, Megan was treated like her own and they had a wonderful, close relationship.”

A Just give side Founded by family friends Tony and Leanne, has raised over £ 2,200 to date.

All funds raised will be used for Megan’s funeral and to support her partner and children.

An autopsy of her death turned out to be inconclusive.

After another medical examination last month, the cause of death was listed as Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome.

Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome is when someone suddenly and unexpectedly dies of cardiac arrest, but the cause of the cardiac arrest cannot be found.

In homage to Megan, Jeanette said, “She had a beautiful, radiant, infectious smile that lit up a room.

“She was always concerned that everyone else was okay. She was generous and gave – nothing was too much trouble and she would give the shirt off to anyone who needed it.

“She loved animals in every shape and form, and kept many different species over the years. She loved her four dogs, her ‘fur babies’ as she called them. “

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