AMY VIGUS AS SHE WAS/
Twenty year old Amy Vigus died after taking a drug that is believed to be, MDMA. She died two days after she was admitted into the hospital.
Amy`s family, decided to use their daughter`s unfortunate mistake as a public service message to their community, other youngsters and their various family members.
Amy`s parents reported that, she had ingested the party drug, after attending a party in London. Afterwards, she returned home in Essex and consequently fell ill. Her parents tried to revive her, but all to no avail. After several attempts, they rushed her to the hospital. Essex Live reported that, Amy fell into a coma, soon after she was admitted into the hospital.
Amy Vigus` parents who are originally from Colchester, England, decided to share a four minute video with the world, in an attempt to save the lives of other children who are clearly not aware of the tragic dangers, surrounding drugs like MDMA.
They posted a photograph of Amy, attached to a life support system, hoping that the photograph and video would serve as a stern warning to those who planned to indulge in drugs.
The video reminded so many people of the Tragic death of Leah Betts. A young girl who took MDMA at her 18th birthday party and died soon afterwards.
The video also captured the true nature of Amy Vigus` as a big hearted, caring, precocious, adventurous and charitable nature.
The voice narrating the video said;
“She will never know the pain she has caused.
“The next time you’re in that moment, please stop and think about our Amy and the consequences of her mistake on herself and her family she has left behind.
“Our Amy managed to make it home where she collapsed one more time. Her parents were left with no option but to perform CPR on their own daughter in their own home
The voice continued;
“Amy was taken to Colchester General Hospital and immediately escorted to resuscitation.
“She was taken to the intensive care unit. She was very very unwell”.
“Our Amy fell into a coma. She lay there, hair in, eyelashes, glitter in her hair but no smile on her face.
“She lay there motionless and seemingly peaceful. The corridors of Colchester General Hospital echoed with the cries and screams of her family members”.