The nurse battled for 20 minutes to save the collision victim while being unaware who she was…

There may not be many worse things in life than losing a child.

One unfortunate mother, however, went through something that could only have made her pain worse in a way that the rest of us couldn’t even begin to fathom.

Saving lives is a component of paramedic Jayme Erickson’s day job. Therefore, when she arrived at the scene to treat a critically injured collision victim, it probably wasn’t too unusual. Without understanding it, Jayme worked tirelessly for 20 minutes to keep the victim alive. It turned out to be her daughter.

It should go without saying that the day you become a parent causes a significant and positive change in your life.

For individuals who have never had children themselves, it can be challenging to describe what it’s like to be a mother or father. There is always a sense of love and responsibility because, no matter how old your child becomes, there is nothing you wouldn’t do to keep them safe.

So please spare a thought for Jayme Erickson, a paramedic from Canada.

The Washington Post reports that Erickson was the first person on the scene of a fatal car accident in Airdrie, Alberta. She and her coworker discovered two adolescents there who were returning from a dog walk while driving home. Sadly, a truck had struck their automobile.

The victim was trapped and hurt badly in the passenger seat. She had to be removed from the car by fire crews, and while they were at it Erickson comforted the patient and made sure her airway was unobstructed for more than 20 minutes. With Erickson’s assistance, she was “doing what I could.”

Erickson went back to his house after the emergency services were able to rescue the woman and airlift her to the Foothills Medical Center in Calgary.

However, she had just entered the door when the doorbell rang. When she opened the door, the police were there to tell her that her daughter Montana had been in a serious vehicle accident and was being treated at the emergency room.

When Jayme hurried to the emergency department to be with her daughter, she must have been completely shocked to learn what had happened.

At a news conference on Tuesday, fellow paramedic Richard Reed said: “To her shock, she learned the girl she had been with in the back of the wrecked car, keeping alive… was Jayme’s own daughter. Unawarely, Jayme was preserving the life of her own child.

Sadly, Montana passed away on November 18, three days following the collision. Both the truck passenger and the driver of the automobile she was riding in made it out alive.

In a status update, Erickson stated, “My biggest dread as a paramedic has come true.

The pain Erickson was experiencing was unlike any other ache he had ever experienced. My own flesh and blood was the seriously injured patient I had just treated. one and only. My little me.

After her daughter’s passing, Jayme told reporters that because the 17-year-old was registered as an organ donor, her passing had offered others a chance at life.



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